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Study finds direct oxidative stress damage shortens telomeres

12:07 EDT 14 May 2019 | ecancermedicalscience

The same sources thought to inflict oxidative stress on cells - pollution, diesel exhaust, smoking and obesity - also are associated with shorter telomeres, the protective tips on the ends of the chromosomal shoelace. A new study from the University of...

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