McDowell, of the University of Limerick (Ireland), and his associates wrote in Experimental Gerontology
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A study described in Experimental Gerontology
uncovered a protective effect for higher levels of the vitamin E subfractions gamma tocopherol, beta tocotrienol, and total tocotrienols against the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease or mild cognitive impairment.*
Cogger et al., "Caloric restriction reduces age-related pseudocapillarization of the hepatic sinusoid," Experimental Gerontology
In a recent co-authored paper in Experimental Gerontology
(3) performed at the NIH's National Institute on Aging, we studied the effect of acai pulp on modulating lifespan.
He is an Editorial Board member of the leading ageing journals "Aging Cell," "Biogerontology," "Experimental Gerontology
" and "Mechanisms of Ageing & Development." He is Deputy National Representative of Greece in the European Union in the thematic area "Genomics and Biotechnology for Health."
And "at lower temperatures, the body may be more efficient at repairing damaged DNA," speculates Donald Ingram, acting chief of the Laboratory of Experimental Gerontology
at the Gerontology Research Center of the National Institute on Aging (NIA).
Austed, in a 1997 article in the journal Experimental Gerontology
, found that "within species, body size is inversely related to longevity." In other words, bigger elephants die younger.