I'm reading a paper that mentioned the elimination of senescent cells delays aging. I'd like to receive more information about it.
The Baker study published in Nature demonstrates that targeted elimination of senescent cells in mice results in remarkable protection from several age-related pathologies, cancer, and makes cancer cells resistant to chemotherapy. I know that senescent cells drive aging, and induce cancer. Can we grow them in cell culture as a kind of stem cells ? How might they contribute to the aging process ?