Accelerated replicative senescence of ataxia-telangiectasia skin fibroblasts is retained at physiologic oxygen levels, with unique and common transcriptional patterns

Majd Haj, Amit Levon, Yann Frey, Noa Hourvitz, Judith Campisi, Yehuda Tzfati, Ran Elkon, Yael Ziv, Yosef Shiloh*

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