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During senescence, cells undergo distinctive biochemical and morphological changes and become dysfunctional. MiRNAs are involved in the senescence process and specific miRNAs can localize to mitochondria (mitomiRs). We hypothesized that part of the typical alterations of senescence may depends on mitomiRs deregulation. Therefore, we thoroughly explored the phenotype of human endothelial cells undergoing replicative senescence (sHUVECs) and observed elongated/branched mitochondria, accumulationdoi:10.18632/aging.101591 fatcat:xldbos2jpbfp3mwlurhj7oyltm