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But if the genetic de­ rangements of the pre-crisis period lead to the manufacture of telomerase, cells will not fully lose their tel­o­meres. The shortened telomeres will be res­ cued and maintained. In this way, the genetically disturbed cells will gain the immortality characteristic of cancer. This scenario has generally been borne out by the evidence, although some advanced tumors lack telo­ merase, and some somatic cells—no­ tably the white blood cells known as macrophages and lymphocytes—have recently been found to make the en­ zyme.

S. com 35 © 2011 Scientific American NOBEL CELEBRATION B IO LOGY A NOBEL C E L E B R AT I O N As Nobel Prize winners gather this month to share their wisdom with younger researchers, Scientific American recalls some of the articles that Nobel laureates have published in our pages Compiled by Ferris Jabr very year in Lindau, Germany, winners of Nobel Prizes join young researchers for panel discussions, presentations and informal conversation. This year, from June 26 to July 1, about 20 Nobel laureates in physiology or medicine and 550 rising science stars chosen from more than 60 countries are participating.

Lisbeth Gronlund et al. Union of Concerned Scientists, December 2007. org The Future of Nuclear Power: An Interdisciplinary MIT Study. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009. S. com 35 © 2011 Scientific American NOBEL CELEBRATION B IO LOGY A NOBEL C E L E B R AT I O N As Nobel Prize winners gather this month to share their wisdom with younger researchers, Scientific American recalls some of the articles that Nobel laureates have published in our pages Compiled by Ferris Jabr very year in Lindau, Germany, winners of Nobel Prizes join young researchers for panel discussions, presentations and informal conversation.

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