NHLFNormal Human Lung Fibroblast
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Prolonged exposure to a mildly elevated concentration of oxygen (40%) also enhances telomere shortening in NHLF (von Zglinicki et al.
Although no study has determined the effects of acrolein on p16 expression, hydrogen peroxide has been reported to increase p16 protein expression in addition to activating the p53-p21 pathway in NHLF (Chen et al.
2012) showed that acrolein inhibited multiple DNA repair pathways in both normal human bronchial epithelial cells and NHLF.