Daily Archives: 17. October 2009

Pythons, cell senescence and telomere torments

An interesting report came to my attention relating to telomeres in pythons, and this set me off for the umpteenth time pursuing further research and thoughts about cell senescence, telomere lengths and telomerase. I share that all here. First of … Continue reading

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Big pharma is targeting cancer stem cells

I have written about cancer stem cells several times in this blog, but many oncologists and cancer researchers still see cancer stem cells mainly as hypothetical entities whose relevance if not very-existence is questionable.  A recent article in Gen points … Continue reading

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