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In Vivo Amelioration of Age-Associated Hallmarks by Partial Reprogramming Cellular reprogramming by transient expression of Yamanaka factors ameliorates age-associated symptoms, prolongs lifespan in progeroid mice, and improves tissue homeostasis in older

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In Vivo Amelioration of Age-Associated Hallmarks by Partial Reprogramming Cellular reprogramming by transient expression of Yamanaka factors ameliorates age-associated symptoms, prolongs lifespan in progeroid mice, and improves tissue homeostasis in older
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2016
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Cell
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1719-1733
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167

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Graphical Abstract Highlights d Partial reprogramming erases cellular markers of aging in mouse and human cells d Induction of OSKM in progeria mice ameliorates signs of aging and extends lifespan d In vivo reprogramming improves regeneration in 12-month-old wild-type mice

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