Hayflick limit for rapid dividing cells

Raymond Yeh tjyeh at soda.CSUA.berkeley.edu
Wed Oct 12 04:56:34 EST 1994

In article <37douu$3r5 at infa.central.susx.ac.uk>, bafa1 at central.susx.ac.uk
(Sydney Shall) wrote:

> In general therefore, the hayflick limit is a biological
> phenomenon, and not a culture artifact.

Also, when you take one cell's cytoplasm and another nucleus and put them
together, the Hayflick limit seems to be controlled by the nucleus and not
the cytoplasm.

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