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However, it continues to divide cells like bone marrow.
Germ line cells retain their telomeric DNA. an enzyme,
Appropriately called telomerase, it promotes the incorporation of
Lost telomeric arrays. Telomerase consists of an RNA sequence that repeatedly serves as a template for the telomeric sequence.
Telomerase is expressed in more than 90 percent of humans
May be a major factor in the ability of cancer and cell cells to continuously divide. because most normal cells
Without skill, telomerase is a tempting target
Medicines designed to attack tumors.
There is also interest in telomerase and aging. When
Genes expressing high telomerase levels are linked in humans
Cells in culture, their telomeres do not shrink. Instead of dying after 20–30 generations of cells, the cells become immortal.
It remains to be seen how this finding relates to aging.
DNA repair and repair
DNA is precisely copied and virtually preserved. ang
The cost of failure can be enormous: the exchange of genetic information is at risk, both functional and life-threatening.
A single cell or multicellular organism. However, DNA replication
Not exactly accurate, and doesn’t split cells’ DNA
Harmful by environmental agents. in the face
These threats, how long is life?
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