Ageing, telomeres, senescence, and liver injury.

@article{Hoare2010AgeingTS,
  title={Ageing, telomeres, senescence, and liver injury.},
  author={Matthew William Hoare and Tapas Ranjan Das and Graeme J. M. Alexander},
  journal={Journal of hepatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={53 5},
  pages={
          950-61
        }
}
Populations in developed countries continue to grow older and an understanding of the ageing process to allow healthy ageing carries important medical implications. Older individuals are more susceptible to most acquired liver disorders and more vulnerable to the consequences of liver disease. Accordingly, age is a critical determinant of outcome for hepatitis C virus infection and liver transplantation. In this review we describe changes in the ageing liver and discuss mechanisms of senescence… CONTINUE READING
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