Ageing, a biomedical perspective

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 28, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 410 pages
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This definitive reference describes the evolutionary basis of ageing and the recent connections between biochemical damage and pathologies--the central theme being DNA errors, their detection and repair. Presents an in-depth study of ageing as a problem of genes and environment, as a loss of systems precision, as increased disease and as a repairable defect.

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Geratology
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GERATOLOGY
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