aging of permanent tissues

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  • #1303

    Jessica Jordon

    Our body has many permanent tissues that don’t increase due to cell division once reach its maturity.


    But they also age. Whereas our other tissues age faster and the cells die and removed from the body. How does the permanent tissue retain their youth for such long time?

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    Kohel Tanwar

    I don’t know for sure, but gradually we are discovering stem cells even within permanent tissues. May be they are helping regrowth of the dead permanent tissue cells. But that itself exclude the term permanent tissue😑


    Okay I shall search more on this and shall let you know.

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