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Experimentally restricting dietary calories, while maintaining adequate dietary nutrient content, extends lifespan in phylogenetically diverse species; thus suggesting the existence of conserved pathways which can modify lifespan in response to energy intake. However, in some cases the impact on...
Effects of treatment with DHEA (0.2 or 1.0 mg/kg body weight for 7 days) on oxidative energy metabolism of rat liver mitochondria from old (18–24 month old) and young (8–10 weeks old) male albino rats belonging to Charles-Foster strain were examined. Treatment with 1.0 mg DHEA resulted in...
In order to understand the basic mechanisms underlying the organismic aging process, considerable efforts have been devoted in the last half-century to biochemical (enzyme activity) alterations in specific tissues and organs of various organisms associated with aging. When a decline in enzyme...
The basic tenet of several theories on aging is increasing genomic instability resulting from interactions with the environment. Chromosomal aberrations have been used as classic examples of increasing genomic instability since they demonstrate an increase in numerical and structural...
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