A new study compared circulating miRNAs and their association with cognitive function and decline among cognitively “normal” men.
Aging (Aging-US) Research
Researchers from Norway, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, United Kingdom, Israel, France, United States, and Taiwan authored a meeting report on the “New Hallmarks of Ageing” research symposium held in Denmark on March 22, 2022.
In the Volume 14, Issue 15, Aging cover paper, researchers hypothesized that multidimensional well-being may prolong mobility-limitation-free survival and longevity among older adults.
On July 19, 2022, researchers published an editorial paper on restoring the circadian rhythm to minimize the risk of aging-related osteoporotic fractures.
In an Aging-US cover paper, researchers investigated a potential therapeutic intervention to reduce chronic inflammation in age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Fabrizio Vecchio wrote a new editorial paper on the potential synergistic effects of neuromodulation combined with cognitive training to treat Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny published an original review paper in Aging (Aging-US) Volume 14, Issue 9, entitled, “Hallmarks of cancer and hallmarks of aging.”
Mikhail Blagosklonny, M.D., Ph.D., has a recommendation for Altos Labs in his new research perspective, entitled, “Altos Labs and the quest for immortality: but can we live longer right now?”
In Aging’s Volume 14, Issue 8, cover paper, researchers found that the restoration of wild-type TP53 decreased pancreatic cancer cell resistance to various drugs, including rapamycin.