Aging counts on chromosomes

  • Fernandez-Capetillo O
  • Nussenzweig A
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The acquisition of an abnormal number of chromosomes is a hallmark of many human cancers. A new study indicates that unequal segregation of genetic material to daughter cells during cell division can also lead to premature senescence and accelerated onset of a variety of aging phenotypes.

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