Congratulations to our long-time collaborators: the Buck Institute, Judith Campisi and team for the new NIH grant.

Buck scientists will identify and characterize senescent cells - recognized as a driver of age-related disease - in human ovaries, breast tissue and skeletal muscle. “We are thrilled that the NIH is investing in studying cellular senescence in humans...” said Campisi.
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Buck scientists will identify and characterize senescent cells – recognized as a driver of age-related disease – in human ovaries, breast tissue and skeletal muscle. “We are thrilled that the NIH is investing in studying cellular senescence in humans…” said Campisi.

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