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Progenitor Cells Linked to Age-related Prostate Growth

News   Aug 09, 2019 | Original story from UCLA

 
Progenitor Cells Linked to Age-related Prostate Growth

Cellular images of a young mouse prostate (left) and a prostate in an older mouse (right). The older prostate contains more luminal progenitor cells (brown). Credit: Broad Stem Cell Research Center

 
 
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