Cellular senescence: when growth stimulation meets cell cycle arrest

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Abstract

At the very moment of cell-cycle arrest, the cell is not senescent yet. For several days in cell culture, the arrested cell is acquiring a senescent phenotype. What is happening during this geroconversion? Cellular enlargement (hypertrophy) and hyperfunctions (lysosomal and hyper-secretory) are hallmarks of geroconversion.

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Blagosklonny, M. V. (2023). Cellular senescence: when growth stimulation meets cell cycle arrest. Aging. Impact Journals LLC. https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.204543

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