What is Known of the Contribution of Cellular Senescence to Osteoporosis – Fight Aging!

[ad_1] The vast majority of senescent cells are produced when somatic cells reach the Hayflick limit to cell division, their telomeres shortened to a point at which they either self-destruct or enter the senescent state. Damage due to mutation or cytotoxic compounds can also induce senescence, as can the … Read more