biogerontology

biogerontology

(bī″ō-jĕ-rŏn-tŏl′ŏ-jē) [″ + ″]
The study of the fundamental biological processes that result from aging.
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Research in biogerontology has firmly shown that animal ageing is modifiable by identifying a suite of nutritional, genetic and pharmacological interventions capable of extending lifespan and improving health in older ages.
* Dr James Brown is a senior lecturer in biology and biomedical science in the School of Life and Health Sciences and Aston Medical School at Aston University and a trustee of the British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA), the oldest biogerontology research society in the world.
"Development of effective biomarkers of age lays the foundation for efficient preclinical and clinical evaluation of potential healthspan-extending interventions," says Franco Cortese, co-author of the paper and Deputy Director of the Biogerontology Research Foundation.
Walkinshaw et al., "Telomere length dynamics differ in foetal and early post-natal human leukocytes in a longitudinal study," Biogerontology, vol.
Krizhanovsky, "Senescent cells: SASPected drivers of age-related pathologies," Biogerontology, vol.
The study examining 6,318 adults over the age of 50 of all ethnicities, education levels and health backgrounds, was published in Cell Metabolism and authored by Valter Longo, professor of biogerontology at the USC Davis School of Gerontology and director of the USC Longevity Institute.
Biogerontology. 2005;6(1):71-5, https://doi.org/10.1007/ s10522-004-7386-7.
Mancuso, "Ferulic acid and its therapeutic potential as a hormetin for age-related diseases," Biogerontology, vol.
Kassem, "Adipocyte tissue volume in bone marrow is increased with aging and in patients with osteoporosis," Biogerontology, vol.
Lynch, "Cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying age-related skeletal muscle wasting and weakness," Biogerontology, vol.