Laying hold on eternal life?

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Figure 1: Characterization of senescent donor somatic cells used for nuclear transfer1.

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Wilmut, I., Clark, J. & Harley, C. Laying hold on eternal life?. Nat Biotechnol 18, 599–600 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1038/76430

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