I’ve talked about aging on the podcast and how we have some control over how it ultimately goes down. But today I want to talk about telomeres and how they affect aging. Telomeres are an interesting piece of the aging puzzle that shows we have more control over our age (biologically at least!) than we thought.
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A new study led by scientists at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Center (CRCHUM) proposes a new model for telomere-initiated cellular aging where tolerance of telomere uncapping eventually results in irreversible non-telomeric genomic DNA damage leading to stable senescence in a multistep process. The study suggests, senescence-associated tumor suppression from telomere shortening requires irreversible genome instability at the single-cell level. This in turn suggests, repairing …
The NASA Twins study - featuring astronaut twins Scott and Mark Kelly - was the perfect space experiment. Scott spent a year in space aboard the International Space Station. Mark remained on Earth. The results?