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Reviews and Chapters:


Stewart, S. A. Multiple levels of telomerase regulation. Mol. Interven. 2(8):481-483. 2002. NCBI


Stewart, S. A. Telomere maintenance and tumorigenesis: an “ATL”ernative road. Curr. Mol. Med 5:253-257. 2005. Eureka Select


Stewart, S. A. and Weinberg, R. A. Telomeres: Cancer to human aging. Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 22:531-57. 2006. Annual Reviews


Nittis T, Guittat L, Stewart S. A. Alternative lengthening of telomeres (ALT) and chromatin: is there a connection? Biochimie. Jan;90(1):5-12. 2008. Science Direct


Pazolli, E. and Stewart, S. A. Senescence: the good, the bad and the dysfunctional. Curr. Opin. Gen. & Dev. 18:1-6. 2008. Science Direct


Stewart, S. A. and Berturch, A. Meeting Report: The Role of Telomeres and Telomerase in Cancer Research. Can. Res. 70(9): 7365-7371. 2010. Cancerres


Alspach, E., Fu, Y., and Stewart, S. A. Aging and the tumor microenvironment. Critical Reviews in Oncogenesis 18(6): 549-558. PMCID: PMC3951899. NCBI


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