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Since a technique was reported for generating induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), various groups worldwide have reprogrammed human and mouse somatic cells into iPSCs using a range of techniques and pluripotency genes. Progress in iPSC research has opened up a novel avenue in autologous...
The genetics of cytochrome P450 (CYP) is a very active area of multidisciplinary research, overlapping the interest of medicine, biology and pharmacology, being the CYP enzyme system responsible for the metabolism of more than 80% of the commercially available drugs. Variations in CYP encoding...
Undernutrition without malnutrition is an intervention that enhances laboratory animal life span, and is widely studied to uncover factors limiting longevity. In a search of the literature over a course of four years, we found that most protocols currently adopted as caloric restriction do not...
Clinical studies on intracoronary bone marrow cell (BMCs) infusion in patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI) revealed mixed results. Recently, meta-analysis on this topic have been conducted and found that there was marked heterogeneity between trials. The objective of this systematic...
Sarcopenia, the age-related loss of skeletal muscle mass, is a significant public health concern that continues to grow in relevance as the population ages. Certain conditions have the strong potential to coincide with sarcopenia to accelerate the progression of muscle atrophy in older adults....
A growing body of epidemiological evidence suggested that metabolic syndrome (MetS) and Mets components (impaired glucose tolerance, abdominal or central obesity, hypertension, hypertriglyceridemia, and reduced high-density lipoprotein cholesterol) may be important in the development of...
This article proposes that behavioural advancement during mammalian evolution had been in part mediated through extension of total developmental time. Such time extensions would have resulted in increased numbers of neuronal precursor cells, hence larger brains and a disproportionate increase in...
Background There is growing recognition of the serious consequences of sarcopenia on the functionality and autonomy in old age. Recently, the age-related changes in several inflammatory mediators have been implicated in the pathogenesis of sarcopenia. The purposes of this systematic review were...
Perturbed neuronal calcium homeostasis is a prominent feature in Alzheimer's disease (AD). Mitochondria accumulate calcium ions (Ca 2+ ) for cellular bioenergetic metabolism and suppression of mitochondrial motility within the cell. Excessive Ca 2+ uptake into mitochondria often leads to...
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