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U-M research marks step toward treatments for aging- and disease-related destabilization of gene expression As our bodies first form, developing cells are a lot like children put on the school bus with their names and addresses pinned to their shirts. The notes identify one as a future heart cell, another as a liver cell, a third as a neuron. And that's what they each grow up to be. But once those cells reach adulthood, changes to those original marching orders caused by aging, disease and...
- Bad luck; misfortune.
- The smallest amount possible or the most worthless thing.