Research on Cellular Senescence: Present and Future Directions
In this last talk of this workshop, a few points which others have made will be repeated and expanded, and then some aspects of cellular senescence which call for attention in the future will be mentioned briefly.
KeywordsDown Syndrome Thymidine Kinase Cellular Senescence Fanconi Anemia Werner Syndrome
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