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DNA-sensing mechanism of innate immune system controls cellular senescence

10:19 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | News-Medical.net

Cells in the body or in cultures eventually stop replicating. This phenomenon is called "senescence" and is triggered by shortening of telomeres, oxidative stress or genetic damage to the cells, either acute or simply due to the cell growing "old".

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