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Aged stem cells reprogram their daily rhythmic functions

Video   Aug 11, 2017 | From IRB Barcelona

 

Studies show that stem cell functions continue to be governed by circadian rhythms during ageing, but their rhythms become devoted to tissue repair and not to the maintenance of tissue tone.

 
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