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What are the main differences between proliferating cells aging and non-proliferating cells aging?
I need details like telomerase action and some other molecular factors.
a proliferating cell that is aging means it is constantly dividing therefore you have a shortening of telomeres over time from exonucleases chewing away the chromosome ends, and because telomerase is not active in tissue cells. non proliferating cells dont divide.
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