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Gene Aging Nexus: a web database and data mining platform for microarray data on aging.Academic Article Why?
Improving post-surgery recovery of failing hearts by targeting cardiomyocyte senescenceGrant Why?
Kallistatin reduces vascular senescence and aging by regulating microRNA-34a-SIRT1 pathway.Academic Article Why?
A cmap-enabled gene expression signature-matching approach identifies small-molecule inducers of accelerated cell senescence.Academic Article Why?
BRAF activation induces transformation and then senescence in human neural stem cells: a pilocytic astrocytoma model.Academic Article Why?
CLCA2 as a p53-inducible senescence mediator.Academic Article Why?
ESE-3, an Ets family transcription factor, is up-regulated in cellular senescence.Academic Article Why?
Hyperoxia-induced premature senescence requires p53 and pRb, but not mitochondrial matrix ROS.Academic Article Why?
Increased MKK4 abundance with replicative senescence is linked to the joint reduction of multiple microRNAs.Academic Article Why?
Lipid-derived reactive aldehydes link oxidative stress to cell senescence.Academic Article Why?
Oncogene-induced senescence and its evasion in a mouse model of thyroid neoplasia.Academic Article Why?
Overcoming cellular senescence in human cancer pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Redox Regulation of Mitochondrial Fission Protein Drp1 by Protein Disulfide Isomerase Limits Endothelial Senescence.Academic Article Why?
Loss of Nfkb1 leads to early onset aging.Academic Article Why?
PAI-1-regulated extracellular proteolysis governs senescence and survival in Klotho mice.Academic Article Why?
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