Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Dysdifferentiation Theory Of Aging

Intracellular, stochastic model of aging in which the major premise is that the mechanisms such as methylation that normally suppress or deactivate gene activity, become less efficient over the life of an organism, and that genes become inappropriately activated in stem cell lines where the products are not required, diminishing the efficiency of cells.

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