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There is increasing experimental and clinical evidence that oxidation plays a pivotal role in causing neurodegeneration in general and Parkinson's disease in particular. The protective role of antioxidants in such conditions has not been fully examined, but certain neuroprotective agents that...
It is supposed that longevity might be programmed by early life exposures. We had carried out demographic and experimental researches for the examination of the possibility of longevity programming. In demographic study, the recorded deaths in Kiev (Ukraine) between 1990 and 2000 (51,503 men and...
Mutations with a deleterious effect that is expressed after the average reproductive period are not effectively selected against and can accumulate in the germline. A conservative estimate is that at least 1–2% of new deleterious mutations affect some aspect of DNA replication, repair, or...
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