Preprogrammed aging: Gene-controlled growth in youth drives aging of blood stem cells in late life

The growth factor Igf2bp2 controls the growth and metabolic activity of blood stem cells at a young age and contributes to the age-associated loss of stem cell function later in life. Credit: Gerd Altmann / Pixabay

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