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Annals

Reversal of Aging

Edited by Edited by Walter Pierpaoli (Walter Pierpaoli Foundation of Life Sciences, Orvieto, Italy) and Jean Choay (Institute for Neuroimmunomodulation, Riva San Vitale, Switzerland)
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Reversal of Aging

Published: December 2005

Volume 1057

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The body of research on the process of human aging has grown considerably in recent years, and the reports presented here explore a full range of approaches to this research, from the molecular and genetic to the cellular and organismic levels. The contributing scientists identify the processes of aging and find functional and mechanistic approaches that may delay, prevent, or arrest the progress of aging and those ailments generally linked to senescence, such as metabolic, cardiovascular, and autoimmune diseases.