Telomeres, cancer and aging

One quite fascinating thing in animal biology is the question of immortality or, to be more precise, the lack of it. While most unicellular organisms can divide for as long as they have the luck to find resources and space to do so, human cells can divide only a limited amount of times (approximately around 50 times, although this does not apply to stem cells that can divide an unlimited amount of times). In principle the limitation in divisions for most human cells is due to a mechanism that has been evolved and is not an intrinsic limitation. The cancer hypothesis is that the limitation makes the appearance of cancer more unlikely. If a cell is limited to just a few divisions, if it acquires a mutation that mutation is unlikely to spread to far.

The reason for this limitation are the telomeres, situated at the end of the chromosomes, that get shorter each time the cell divides. Once these telomores reach a critical size and become to small the cell will enter a state called senescence by which they will not divide again.

This is an interesting link in which they talk about this and how in the next few decades we might know enough about the effects of limited cell replication in human life expectancy, how to increase it (maybe for ever) and how to do that avoiding nasty side effects (like increased probability of dying from cancer). The website in which this is hosted is covering all sorts of news, many of them of dubious scientific interest, but the information in the link looks sound.

On the other hand in a more reliable source (PNAS) there is a nice study on how telomere dysfunction can cause genetic instability. They work on a disease known as Werner syndrome but it is quite useful stuff for cancer research. This Werner syndrome results in people aging prematurely and researchers at the Salk institute have found how extra short telomeres can be the source of the problem.

9 thoughts on “Telomeres, cancer and aging

  1. But perfect somatic replication with error prone germ line replication would allow evolution while suppressing cancer. Too bad we don’t have that. (We wonder if the capacity to mutate p16 helps to heal wounds in a chronic wounding syndrome – so there may be cases where somatic mutations are helpful.)

  2. Hi Carlo, nice to hear from you,It is entirely true, somatic mutations are, from the evolutionary point of view not that useful and a species capable of limiting mutations to those in the germ line would have an edge. It might be a quite complicated mechanism to evolve though.That would be an interesting example of how evolution would favour evolvability by selecting for organisms that can bias mutations towards beneficial mutations.The role of p16 is quite interesting (you want it to work but not to overdo it) and now that more is known about its role on proliferation and senescence this could be useful.

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Some institutions have taken vast initiatives in restructuring course curricula and introducing new courses namely pharmaceutical management, clinical pharmacy, pharmaceutical medicine and regulatory affairs etc. at B.Pharm, M.Pharm, as well as PhD level.Typically, job scenarios involve pharmacist, medical representative, product management, teaching, and research & development positions. Our pharmacists can have a vital role in monitoring clinical trials, patient data management and Statistical Analytical Software (SAS)-programming which involves United States FDA regulations.Discovering and developing safe and effective new medicines is a long, difficult and expensive process: Preclinical Testing –> Investigational New Drug Application (IND) –> Clinical Trials, Phase- I –> Phase-II –> Phase-III –> New Drug Application (NDA) –> Approval –> Phase-IV.SAS-programming is very important from preclinical testing to approval stages. 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Isolation of protozoa from samples7. Isolation & Identification of fungi8. Production of secondary metabolites (Acids, Wine, Enzymes, Antibiotics)ADVANCE MODULE II – Recombinant DNA TechnologyI. Fundamentals1. Isolation of plant DNA SDS method,C-TAB method2. Isolation of RNA3. Isolation of animal DNA4. Isolation of Plasmid DNA5. Isolation of genomic DNA from prokaryotes6. Quantitative and Qualitative analysis of DNAII. Applied Techniques1. Tm of DNA-Melting point of DNA2. Agarose Gel Electrophoresis3. Elusion of inserts from the Gel4. Restriction Digestion5. Ligation6. Transformation7. Gene cloning and expression8. Southern Blotting9. Western Blotting10. PCR TechniquesADVANCE MODULE III – Fermentation and downstream ProcessingI. Fundamentals1. Fermentation Fundamental2. Submerged fermentation3. Solid state fermentation4. Fermentation systemsa. Conical flaskb. Vesselsc. FermentorsII. Applied aspects depends on the desired products(Citric acid/Amino acids/ Enzymes/Antibiotics)1. Down stream processinga. Extra cellularb. Intra cellular2. Cell separation techniquesa. Centrifugationb. Membrane filtrationc. Cell lysing3. Isolation /Purification of desire productsa. Precipitation techniquesb. Solvent extractionc. Dialysisd. Ion exchange chromatographye. DistillationIII Analysis of Metabolites/Products1. Thin layer chromatography2. Melting point determination3. Spectrophotometer determination4. Titrometric5. ElectrophoresisADVANCE MODULE IV – Immunological TechniquesI. Agglutination and Precipitation Methods1. Blood grouping and Rh typing2. Fibril Agglutination test(Widal test)3. VDRL Test/ RPR4. Hbs Ag TestII. Gel diffusion Methods1. Ouchterlony Double Diffusion2. Single Radial Immunodiffusion3. Immunoelectrophoresis4. Counter current immunoelectrophoresis5. Rocket immunoelectrophoresisONLINE TRAININGS WITH DNA RESEARCH CENTREAll the listed trainings except the wetlab Practicals are available via Online Mode via our web based facilities. For details about the Guides available call or write to us.SHORT DURATION COURSES @ DNA RESEARCH CENTRE*Courses for one week and 20days are available, for details email or call us.ONLY PROJECT COMPLETION (WITHOUT TRAINING) : Upto 45 days @ 4750/-DIPLOMA FOR 3,6 AND 9 MONTHS (Can be pursued Live or online)*DRC Courseware (Study materials) are made available for both online and live trainees.CONFIRMING TRANING/PROJECT/WORKSHOP WITH DRCIf any of our programme interests you, please submit an application on a plain paper along with your CV stating the purpose for which you require training and the expected duration of training. A letter of recommendation from one of your teacher/guide/Head of Department including the Demand draft forINR 751/- (For Indian Nationals),USD 150 (For International Applicants) International applicants may use the wire transfer facility.in favour of DNA Research Centre, Payable at Hyderabad/Secunderabad (India) along with the Photocopies of the credentials and certificates shall be sent to:DNA Research Centre12-13-1249, 1st floorBesides Andhra Bank, opp.appolo ClinicTarnaka Main RoadSecunderabad-500017India(Note: Students opting for more than 2 or more months course may get the registration number by sending the DD for INR 6751/- and rest of the fees may be paid once they join the Respective batch.)Interested candidates may register for the programmes (Who are choosing for the batches after July 2007) till on or before August 28th 2007. Late fine of INR 500/- (For Indian Nationals) USD 50 For International Applicants will be charged for the candidates who fail to register in below mentioned time. Once the deadline is over registration is only possible if the vacancies arise. Maximum strength per batch is 10.Once the seats are full applications will not be entertained.Candidates should email the DD details todnaresearchcentre@gmail.com (Indian nationals)dnaresearchcentre@yahoo.com (International Applicants)Organization website: http://www.dnares.in Registrations are open for upcoming Batches 13th August 2007 (Registration without late fine till 4th August 2007)10th September 2007 (Registration without late fine till 1st September 2007)8th October 2007 (Registration without late fine 1st October 2007)12th November 2007 (Registration without late fine till 3rd November 2007)10th December 2007 (Registration without late fine till 1st December 2007)7th of Jan 2008 (Registration without late fine 10th December 2007)Helpline numbers: +91-40-40180502/9247438983 (For Indian Nationals): +91-40-40180503 (For International Applicants)HOW TO REACH DRCHyderabad and secunderabad are known as twin cities of India. Hyderabad is known as genome vally because of presence of most Biological Research labs in the city. It is well connected by Train, Bus or Air routes from every part of country. Once your enter the city enquire to reach Tarnaka. Once you cross NIN (National institute of nutrition take left turn and DRC is at walkable distance on Tarnaka – Lalapet main road).We are located near the same location where the Most renound labs like CCMB, IICT and NIN are located.ACCOMODATION:DNA Research Centre has its own Guest house as well as tie up with the nearby guest houses with fully furnished facilities and homely environment. Trainees seeking accommodation shall inform us by email or phone so that there seat may be booked accordingly.Accomodation @ 2500/- month (Including Lodging and fooding)FOR ANY FURTHER ASSISTANCE/QUERRIES WE WILL BE HAPPY TO HEAR YOU ATDNA Research Centre12-13-1249, 1st floorBesides Andhra Bank, opp. Appolo ClinicTarnaka Main RoadSecunderabad-500017Andhra Pradesh (India)Website: http://www.dnares.inEmail: dnaresearchcentre@gmail.comPhone: +91-40-40180502/9247438983

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