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Regulator of Inflammation TGF-β1 Contributes to Muscle Atrophy in Aging
https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2018/12/regulator-of-inflammation-tgf-%ce%b21-contributes-to-muscle-atrophy-in-aging/

https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2018/12/regulator-of-inflammation-tgf-%ce%b21-contributes-to-muscle-atrophy-in-aging/

Inflammatory signaling disrupts all sorts of normal tissue functions. In the short term this is usually beneficial; inflammation is a necessary part of wound healing, defense against pathogens, and even destruction of errant cells. It is required to mobilize the immune system and coordinate the activities of various classes of immune cell

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