Research Paper Volume 11, Issue 2 pp 590—614

Relationship between senescence in macaques and bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and the molecular mechanism

Figure 1. Cell morphology of young and aged macaque BMSCs (×100). (A, B) show the primary BMSCs of young and aged macaques, respectively; (C, D) show the P3 BMSCs of young and aged macaques, respectively. With prolonged in vitro culture, some cells in the aging group became broad, and the number of polygonal and irregularly shaped cells began to increase.