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On average, a human cell can divide about 50 times before becoming senescent, or inactive. 01:53
Every time human a cell divides, its chromosomes lose about 200 base pairs of nucleotides off of their telomeres. 02:52
Cancer cells have long telomeres, and can divide indefinitely with the help of the enzyme telomerase. 04:37
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