Inactive senescent cells can now be rejuvenated to develop into new cells found a new study published in BMC Cell Biology journal. After a few hours of treatment, older cells had started to show signs of division and had longer telomeres- the ''caps'' on the chromosomes, which usually shortens as we age.
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