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Carnegie Mellon University: Study Finds Direct Oxidative Stress Damage Shortens Telomeres
July 10, 2019
PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania, July 10 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- Carnegie Mellon University issued the following news:

By Erin Hare

The same sources thought to inflict oxidative stress on cells -- pollution, diesel exhaust, smoking and obesity -- also are associated with shorter telomeres, the protective tips on the ends of the chromosomal shoelace.

A new study from the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University, published in Molecular Cell, provides . . .

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