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Fig. 2 | Respiratory Research

Fig. 2

From: The aging lung: tissue telomere shortening in health and disease

Fig. 2

Association of age and telomere length in AT2 cells of normal lung tissue by fluorescent in situ hybridization. Telomere length determination by FISH on normal lung tissue of (a) a 19-year old and (b) an 83-year old donor showed (c) significantly higher telomere length in AT2 cells of the youngest subject (p = 0.009). The fluorecent labelling in the a and b panel stands for green: proSPC (AT2 cells), red: telomere probe, blue: DAPI. Data are presented as boxplots and every dot represents one cell

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