Cellular Senescence: A Common Thread Across Age-Related Diseases
Though degenerative and hyperplastic diseases are diverse and manifest in very different ways, they appear to be connected by at least one common process – cellular senescence. Cellular senescence describes the complex cellular response to stress that includes irreversible arrest of the cell cycle, resulting in the prevention of defective or damaged cells.
Download this listicle to learn about four cellular senescence studies:
- The elimination of senescent cells delays tumorigenesis and extends lifespans in mice
- Senolytic treatment reduces plaque development and increases vasomotor function
- Implications in Alzheimer’s disease
- Senolytics for kidney disease: a promising preliminary clinical report