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An Epigenetic Chaperone for Healthy Aging?

News   Aug 09, 2019 | Original story from the Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC)

 
An Epigenetic Chaperone for Healthy Aging?

The green color highlights muscle tissue, while the red colors indicate LIN-53 proteins. This roundworm lacks the LIN-53 protein in its muscle tissues, which leads to defective muscles. Cell nuclei are stained with a blue/purple color. Credit: Tursun Lab, MDC.

 
 
 

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