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A cmap-enabled gene expression signature-matching approach identifies small-molecule inducers of accelerated cell senescence.Academic Article Why?
ESE-3, an Ets family transcription factor, is up-regulated in cellular senescence.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?
Overcoming cellular senescence in human cancer pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
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Resequencing Study Confirms That Host Defense and Cell Senescence Gene Variants Contribute to the Risk of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.Academic Article Why?
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Replicative senescence of biliary epithelial cells precedes bile duct loss in chronic liver allograft rejection: increased expression of p21(WAF1/Cip1) as a disease marker and the influence of immunosuppressive drugs.Academic Article Why?
Kallistatin reduces vascular senescence and aging by regulating microRNA-34a-SIRT1 pathway.Academic Article Why?
Autophagy and senescence in cancer therapy.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?
Cochlear nucleus neuron analysis in individuals with presbycusis.Academic Article Why?
Elimination of Radiation-Induced Senescence in the Brain Tumor Microenvironment Attenuates Glioblastoma Recurrence.Academic Article Why?
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