What we need is to imagine different types of questions that incorporate more meaningful queries; garbage in, garbage out, in other words. Time to ask better questions!
In the second of three interviews with Bill Andrews at the 2016 AMMG, we discuss the Henrietta Lacks (or HeLa) cervical cancer cells commonly used in cell research. Dr. Andrews also discusses why telomere erosion is less a factor in mice aging.
Craig Sagar used the assumption that a ridiculous outfit would put the interviewee at ease. I’d say he got a lot done ‘playing the fool’ while keeping a keen focus on content.
So what we believe from this new study is that telomere that are too short are bad, telomeres that are too long are trimmed, and that telomeres that are just right are best.
A tricorder would tell the inconvenient truth of what several studies have suggested: that different organs age at different rates