Mitochondrial DNA deletions serve as biomarkers of aging in the skin, but are typically absent in nonmelanoma skin cancers

Alex Eshaghian, Ruth A. Vleugels, Jeffrey A. Canter, Michel A. McDonald, Thomas Stasko, James E. Sligh

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