Scientists show how mutation causes incurable premature aging disease

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Scientists have demonstrated how a mutation in a specific protein in stem cells causes an incurable premature aging disease called dyskeratosis congenita, and were able to introduce the mutation into cultured human cells using gene editing technology. The study findings provide a drug target for the disease, the lead author suggests.
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