Aging News & Blogs
A Promising Approach to Preventing Periodontitis
A new study by researchers from Osaka University’s Graduate School of Dentistry investigated cellular senescence in periodontal tissue and disease—identifying promising therapeutic targets for preventing periodontitis in the elderly.
Fruit Flies Shed New Light on Memory and Aging
In a recent study, researchers from Western University and Indiana University investigated the connection between aging, memory and lactate metabolism in flies. … continue reading
The Role of Lipids in Aging: Insights From C. Elegans
In a new study, researchers used C. elegans to investigate how changes in lipids during aging might impact lifespan and healthspan. … continue reading
Aging’s Top 10 Papers in 2022 (Crossref Data)
BMI Correlates With Accelerated Epigenetic Aging in Young Adults
In a recent study, researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Department of Pediatrics examined the relationship between measures of obesity and DNA methylation in young adults. … continue reading
Aging: Volume 15, Issue 5
AAV1.NT-3 gene therapy prevents age-related sarcopenia
Sarcopenia is progressive loss of muscle mass and strength, occurring during normal aging with significant consequences on the quality of life for elderly. Neurotrophin 3 (NT-3) is an important autocrine factor supporting Schwann cell survival and differentiation and stimulating axon regeneration and myelination…
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