Werner's Syndrome (reply)

David Smillie dsmillie at superior.carleton.ca
Thu Jan 13 14:33:06 EST 1994

	I used to be at McMaster University where Calvin Harley was doing
his work into telomere shortening. One of his students showed that there
was telomerase activity in immortal cell lines and cancer cells, but not
in non-immortalized cell lines.
	Cal is currently working for some company in California, but I
don't know how to reach him.
	Pretty neat results, actually.
David Smillie, Carleton University                       Ancora imparo

"I'd rather be happy than right any day."
"But are you?"
"No," he said with a sigh, "That's where it all falls down, of course."

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