Sunday, July 28, 2013

Demographic Consequences of Defeating Aging - Citation Record

Greetings,

Here is the list of 12 publications citing and discussing our recent research article:

Demographic Consequences of Defeating Aging
Rejuvenation Research, 2010, 13(2-3): 329-334
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3192186/

Feel free to complete this partial list with additional references you may know: 

 

1.  The demographic and biomedical case for late-life interventions in aging

MJ Rae, RN Butler, J Campisi… - Science translational …, 2010 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Abstract: The social and medical costs of the biological aging process are high and will rise rapidly in coming decades, creating an enormous challenge to societies worldwide. In recent decades, researchers have expanded their understanding of the underlying ...

2.  Beyond sole longevity: a social perspective on healthspan extension

WF Lai, ZCY Chan - Rejuvenation Research, 2011 - online.liebertpub.com
Abstract: Pursuance of longevity is not only combating decrepitude but it is also extending the health span; otherwise longevity would result in a universal medical and social burden. As revealed by the literature, the attainment of a healthy life could be impacted by the ...

3. Translational antiaging research

M Swan - Rejuvenation Research, 2010 - online.liebertpub.com
College in Cambridge, UK, September 3rd–7th, 2009. SENS conferences are distinguished from other biogerontological and aging research conferences by having more of an applied focus on antiaging therapies. The main subfields of aging research covered at SENS4 ...

4. Meeting report: American Aging Association 40th Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina, June 3–6, 2011

M Swan - Rejuvenation research, 2011 - online.liebertpub.com
Abstract: The focus of the 2011 American Aging Association meeting was emerging concepts in the mechanisms of aging. Many of the usual topics in aging were covered, such as dietary restriction (DR), inflammation, stress resistance, homeostasis and proteasome activity, ...

5.   Emerging Health Technologies: Interventional anti-aging

M Swan - 2011 - ieet.org
Most of the usual topics in aging were covered, such as dietary restriction, inflammation, stress resistance, homeostasis and proteasome activity, sarcopenia, and neural degeneration. Newer methods like microRNAs and genome sequencing were employed ...

6.  Interview with Leonid A. Gavrilov, Ph. D. and Natalia Gavrilova, Ph. D.

P PROFILE - Rejuvenation Research, 2009 - online.liebertpub.com
Editor's note: The interview series in Rejuvenation Research is a unique and, I believe, highly valuable feature of the journal, giving readers insights into the thinking and motivation of some of the most influential movers and shakers in the many disciplines—not only ...

7.  Social factors associated with centenarian rate (CR) in 32 OECD countries

JI Kim - BMC international health and human rights, 2013 - biomedcentral.com
Social factors associated with centenarian rate (CR) in 32 OECD countries ...

8.  Instititute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

M Swan - focus, 2011 - ieet.org
Most of the usual topics in aging were covered, such as dietary restriction, inflammation,stress resistance, homeostasis and proteasome activity, sarcopenia, and neural degeneration. Newer methods like microRNAs and genome sequencing were employed ...

9.  our story

WS NEW - RNA, 2006 - mfoundation.org
We feel it only appropriate to begin this issue of the newsletter by expressing our deepest gratitude to our donors. Your generosity during December and January-with $1,860,000 received or pledged in those two months alone-will allow the Foundation to more than ...
S Sethe, JP de Magalhães - Ethics, Health Policy and (Anti-) Aging: Mixed …, 2013 - Springer
From the perspective of scientists involved in biogerontology, the branch of science focused on the biology of aging, ethical themes can be classified as either belonging to an 'inner sphere' where the conduct of the aging research itself is under ethi- cal scrutiny; or, ...

11.  Emerging Health Technologies: Interventional anti-aging

P Khanna, A Khanna, D Brin, M Brain, MM Ćirković - ieet.org
Most of the usual topics in aging were covered, such as dietary restriction, inflammation, stress resistance, homeostasis and proteasome activity, sarcopenia, and neural degeneration. Newer methods like microRNAs and genome sequencing were employed ...

12.  Stárnutí a dlouhověkost: Zákony a prognózy úmrtnosti pro stárnoucí populace

LA Gavrilov, NS Gavrilova - Demografie, 2011 - longevity-science.org
The increase in the number of people surviving to an advanced age poses a serious challenge to the government pension systems of industrialised societies. Therefore, accurate estimates of mortality at advanced ages are essential to improve forecasts of ...


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