PTEN deficiency in alveolar type 2 cells accelerates cellular senescence, disrupts epithelial–mesenchymal and mitochondrial homeostasis, and induces age-related emphysema

S. Yanagi (Miyazaki, Japan), A. Miura (Miyazaki, Japan), H. Tsubouchi (Miyazaki, Japan), A. Matsuo (Miyazaki, Japan), T. Shigekusa (Miyazaki, Japan), M. Nakazato (Miyazaki, Japan)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Cellular metabolism and immune senescence in lung pathology
Session: Cellular metabolism and immune senescence in lung pathology
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3592

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S. Yanagi (Miyazaki, Japan), A. Miura (Miyazaki, Japan), H. Tsubouchi (Miyazaki, Japan), A. Matsuo (Miyazaki, Japan), T. Shigekusa (Miyazaki, Japan), M. Nakazato (Miyazaki, Japan). PTEN deficiency in alveolar type 2 cells accelerates cellular senescence, disrupts epithelial–mesenchymal and mitochondrial homeostasis, and induces age-related emphysema. 3592

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