CHLORELLA VULGARIS MODULATES HYDROGEN PEROXIDE-INDUCED DNA DAMAGE AND TELOMERE SHORTENING OF HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

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CHLORELLA VULGARIS MODULATES HYDROGEN PEROXIDE-INDUCED DNA DAMAGE AND TELOMERE SHORTENING OF HUMAN FIBROBLASTS DERIVED FROM DIFFERENT AGED INDIVIDUALS

The objective of this study was to investigate the modulatory effect of Chlorella vulgaris on cultured fibroblast cells derived from young and old aged individuals focusing on DNA damage, telomer...

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