Handbook of the Biology of Agingby Masoro, Edward J.; Austad, Steven N.; Masoro, Edward J.; Austad, Steven N.
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Table of Contents
|About the Editors|
|Concepts and Theories of Aging|
|Oxidative Processes in Aging|
|Protein Structure and Turnover|
|Instability of the Nuclear Genome and the Role of DNA Repair|
|Alterations of the Mitochondrial Genome|
|Effect of Age on Gene Expression|
|Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Signaling Pathways and Aging|
|Cell Proliferation in Mammalian Aging|
|Apoptosis and Aging|
|Effects of Aging on the Sympathodrenal System|
|Endocrine and Neuroendocrine Regulatory Functions|
|Immune System Activity|
|The Genetics of Aging in Drosophila|
|Genetics of Increased Longevity and Retarded Aging in Mice|
|Dietary Restriction: An Experimental Approach to the Study of the Biology of Aging|
|Environment-Gene and Gene-Gene Interactions|
|Aging, Health, Longevity, and the Promise of Biomedical Research: The Perspective of a Gerontologist and Geriatrician|
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