A telomere is an area of recurring DNA series at the end of a chromosome. The telomeres are special DNA that sit at the end of the chromosome that have recurring sequences that are acknowledged as the end of the chromosome, yet they keep the chromosome from coming to be frazzled or harmed. And one of the intriguing features that's understood now about telomeres is that in cancer cells, which have a more infinite ability for self-division, among the important changes that they make is that they keep their telomeres long, so that molecular clock disappears and those cells can keep splitting, despite the fact that they ought to reach completion of their lifespan. And that's one of the means in which the cancer cells essentially fool the human body into assuming that they should still keep reproducing.
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