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Stop aging?

Key molecule of aging discovered

22-Jun-2018

Every cell and every organism ages sooner or later. But why is this so? Scientists at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg have now discovered for the first time a protein that represents a central switching point in the aging process. It controls the life span of an individual - from ...

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Using barcodes to trace cell development

Method will facilitate whole new insights into the development of various tissues as well as cancer

18-Aug-2017

There are various concepts about how blood cells develop. However, they are based almost exclusively on experiments that solely reflect snapshots. Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg now present a novel technique that captures the process in a dynamic way. Using a ...

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