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The Genetic Basis for Longevity
The Programmed Theory of Aging
The Mutation Theory of Aging
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Acad accumulation acid activity age-related aging process animals antibody antigen antioxidants Asian autoimmune Biochem biological Bjorksten blood brain briggsae Caenorhabditis briggsae cell cultures changes clinical Cristofalo crosslinkage crosslinking cycling decrease Demopoulos diploid diploid cell disease DNA content effects enzyme error evidence experimental figure free radical function genes genetic Gerontol Gerontology Gerovital H3 Gershon Gordon Harman Hayflick human diploid hypothesis immune system increase infected inhibition involved ionizing radiation lipid peroxidation lipofuscin longevity lymphocytes MacFarlane Makinodan MAO inhibitors mechanisms membranes metabolism Miami mice microsomes molecular molecules monoamine oxidase mouse nematodes normal cells number of cells occur organism oxidation oxygen PABA Phase III cells physiological pigment poliovirus population Proc procaine programmed proliferation proteins radiation rats reaction repair reproduction selective senescence significant somatic mutation span species strand Strehler Table Tappel theory of aging tion tissue untreated viral virus vitamin vitro vivo