. . . Home FAQ Fund Research Worthy Causes Investing Newsletter Archives Press Room Resources About Contact Fight Aging! Do you want to live a longer life in good health? Simple practices can make some difference, such as exercise or calorie restriction.
. . . matters is progress in medicine: building new classes of therapy to repair and reverse the known root causes of aging . The sooner these treatments arrive, the more lives will be saved
. . . is the inappropriate formation of scar-like tissue due to age-related failure in mechanisms of regeneration, a process that degrades organ function and is a major component of conditions such as kidney failure
. . . changes that accompany kidney aging are thought to contribute the development of CKD in the elderly. For example, process es that characterize kidney aging include glomerulosclerosis , interstitial fibrosis, tubular atrophy , vascular sclerosis , and loss of renal function
. . . Mechanisms of Aging by Ben Best Please take the short Life Extension Values Clarification Survey Note: This monograph does NOT have a terminal copyright date — development is ongoing CONTENTS: LINKS TO SECTIONS BY TOPIC DEFINITION OF AGING SYMPTOMS OF AGING AN OVERVIEW OF AGING AND OF AGING THEORIES EVOLUTION THEORY AND SPECIES-SPECIFIC AGING . . .
. . . SYMPTOMS OF AGING AN OVERVIEW OF AGING AND OF AGING THEORIES EVOLUTION THEORY AND SPECIES-SPECIFIC AGING SEX AND AGINGAGING OF OTHER ORGAN SYSTEMS THE FREE RADICAL THEORY OF AGING MITOCHONDRIA AND AGING THE GLYCATION THEORY OF AGING PROTEINS DAMAGE AND MAINTENANCE IN AGING DNA DAMAGE AND DNA REPAIR TELOMERES AND AGING CELLULAR SENESCENCE . . .
. . . disease, cancer , Alzheimer's Disease , etc.) are often distinguished from aging per se . But even if the agingprocess is distinct from the diseases of aging, it is nonetheless true that the damage associated with the aging process increases the probability that diseases of old age will occur
. . . with adequate nutrition, or other interventions which increase maximum lifespan are said to have slowed the aging process . If human beings were free of disease senescence the only causes of death would be accident, suicide homicide
he underlying mechanism of proinflammatory NF-κB activation by the mTORC2/Akt/IKKα pathway during skin aging ." Oncotarget doi:10.18632/oncotarget.10943 Jang Eun Ji, Kim Dae Hyun, Lee Bonggi, Lee Eun Kyeong, Chung Ki Wung, et al.
. . . sensitivity to endotoxin-induced liver inflammation: Implication of inflammasome/IL-1β for steatohepatitis." Aging cell 14 (4) doi:10.1111/acel.12305 Kim Seon Hee, Kang Yong Jung, Sung Bokyung, Kim Dong Hwan, Lim Hyun Sook, et al. 2015
"Salicylideneamino-2-thiophenol modulates nuclear factor-κB through redox regulation during the agingprocess ." Geriatrics gerontology international 15 (2) doi:10.1111/ggi.12255 Park Chan Hum, Noh Jeong Sook, Fujii Hajime, Roh Seong-Soo, Song Yeong-Ok, et al. 2015
. . . Dae Hyun, et al. 2011. "Modulation of NF-κB and FOXOs by baicalein attenuates the radiation-induced inflammatory process in mouse kidney." Free radical research 45 (5) doi:10.3109/10715762.2011.555479 Ha Young Mi, Park Ji Young, Park Yun Jung, Park Daeui, Choi Yeon Ja, et al. 2011
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Research in the group relies on combining high-resolution live cell imaging and quantitative analysis of cytoskeletal dynamics with in vitro reconstitution experiments
Keywords: Cognition; behavioural neuroscience; learning and decision making; brain imaging; brain connectivity; computational neuroscience; neural coding Competing interests statement: Tim Behrens receives funding from the Wellcome Trust, the James S McDonnell Foundation, the National Institute of Health, and . . .
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. . . age-dependent degenerative disorders such as cancer, neurodegeneration and tissue atrophy, and in accelerated aging .
. . . drug candidate for preventing and treating diverse neurodegenerative pathologies, and may promote healthy aging . Introduction Various neurodegenerative conditions are associated with the progressive accumulation of damaged, dysfunctional proteins that can act as cellular toxins 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5
. . . mechanism of autophagy. For example, Parkin is required for the targeted elimination of damaged mitochondria, the process called mitophagy 10 , 11 while HTT functions as a scaffold for selective autophagy 12 , 13
ing and Old Age VI-A. Why would a person who is old and sick with diseases of old age want to be cryopreserved? VI-B. What is aging and why should it be regarded as a curable disease ? VI-C.
. . . disease, can rejuvenate to a condition of perpetual youth and can reverse all damage due to the cryopreservation process . The word cryonics is a neologism invented by Karl Werner in 1965 in connection with the creation of the Cryonics Society of New York. Cryo is a Greek root meaning "cold"
. . . and who is cryopreserved (or destined to be cryopreserved) as being in a state of deanimation . Conversely, the process of bringing a person or animal out of cryopreservation into a state of animate living is called reanimation . These terms are cryonics-jargon, used among many cryonicists
. . . Because the skull provides a handy protective casing for the brain − and because removal of the brain could be damaging − it is easier to preserve the whole head rather than just the brain. The brain is easier to vitrify than other organs, especially when attention and effort is concentrated on vitrifying the brain
. . . Home Medical research / Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes February 23, 2017 Researchers discover link between aging, devastating lung disease February 23, 2017 A chest radiograph of a patient with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF).
. . . is a poorly understood disease, and its effects are devastating," says Nathan LeBrasseur, Ph.D., director, Healthy Aging and Independent Living program, Mayo Clinic Robert and Arlene Kogod Center on Aging and senior author of this study. "Individuals with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis express difficulty completing routine activities
Researchers found that the markers of cellular senescence, a process triggered by damage to cells and linked to aging, were higher in individuals with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, and senescent cell burden increased with the progression of the disease
. . . fibrosis ." Equipped with the findings from their studies of human lung tissue, researchers then replicated the process in mice. They found that, much like in humans, mice with clinical features of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis also demonstrated increased amounts of senescent cells
or a more general view of the molecular biology of aging, see my monograph Mechanisms of Aging ) (return to contents) II.
Aß 40 Aß 42 are formed intracellularly, but exert damaging effects when transported outside of cells
. . . of synapses [ JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE; Lacor,PN; 27(4):796-807 (2007) ]. Following amyloid plaque formation two processes play an important role in causing the death of neurons: (1) inflammation and oxidative damage, and (2) NeuroFibrillary Tangles (NFTs)
. . . ßaptists ". It is possible that amyloid plaques are an early event and that NFTs are a late event of an underlying process of AD that makes each event independent, but much evidence supports the view that Aß increases NFT formation