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Arguing for Mitochondrial ROS to Cause Stochastic Nuclear DNA Damage that then Causes Cellular Senescence
The open access paper I’ll point out today ties together a number of common themes in aging research. The authors propose that mitochondrial production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) is a significant cause of stochastic nuclear DNA damage, which in turn is a significant cause of cellular
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