Replicative senescence revisited.
Forty years after its discovery, replicative senescence remains a rich source of information about cell-cycle regulation and the progression from a normal to a transformed phenotype. Effectors of this growth-arrested state are being discovered at a great pace. This review discusses the latest findings on the players responsible for establishing replicative senescence, as well as the associated telomere shortening.
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