Handbook of the Biology of Aging. CE Finch, L Hayflick. Van Nostrand Reinhold C. 1977. Biological aging is no longer an unsolved problem. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1100 (1), 1-13, 2007. The cell biology of human aging.
Handbook of the Biology of Aging. New England journal of medicine 295 (23), 1302-1308, 1976.
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Caleb E. Finch, Leonard Hayflick, Edward J. Masoro. Beginning with an introduction to concepts and theories of aging, the book is then divided into three main sections covering cellular processes in organismic aging, systemic factors in organismic aging, and models of retarded aging.
Therefore, normal aging typically produces a progressive loss of organ system functional reserve (Fi. On average, we found them mentioned in only four percent of the content of textbooks, handbooks, and encyclopedias, and the focus of fewer than four articles annually per journal.
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The Hayflick limit or Hayflick phenomenon is the number of times a normal human cell population will divide before cell division stops. The concept of the Hayflick limit was advanced by American anatomist Leonard Hayflick in 1961, at the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US. Hayflick demonstrated that a normal human fetal cell population will divide between 40 and 60 times in cell culture before entering a senescence phase.
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Chapter 8 - Evolutionary Biology of Aging: Future Directions Daniel Promislow, Ken Fedorka, and Joep Burger. Chapter 9 - Senescence in Wild Populations of Mammals and Birds Anja Brunet-Rossini and Steven N. Austad. Chapter 10 - Biodemography of Aging and Age-Specific Mortality in Drosophila melanogaster James Curtsinger, Natalia S. Gavrilova, and Leonid A. Gavrilov. Chapter 11 - Microarray Analysis of Gene Expression Changes in Aging F. Noel Hudson, Matt Kaeberlein, Nancy Linford, David Pritchard, Richard Beyer, and Peter S. Rabinovitch.