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Annals

Special Issue: Healthy Aging

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Special Issue: Healthy Aging

Published: April 2018

Volume 1418

Published since 1824, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences is the Academy’s premier scientific publication.

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REVIEWS

Misfolded proinsulin in the endoplasmic reticulum during development of beta cell failure in diabetes

Anoop Arunagiri, Leena Haataja, Corey N. Cunningham, Neha Shrestha, Billy Tsai, Ling Qi, Ming Liu, Peter Arvan

Lessons from animal nutritionists: dietary amino acid requirement studies and considerations for healthy aging studies

Anna K. Shoveller, Leslie M. McKnight, Katharine M. Wood, John P. Cant

The role of autophagy in the regulation of yeast life span

Jessica K. Tyler, Jay E. Johnson

Disease prevention and delayed aging by dietary sulfur amino acid restriction: translational implications

Zhen Dong, Raghu Sinha, John P. Richie Jr.

A regulatory loop connecting WNT signaling and telomere capping: possible therapeutic implications for dyskeratosis congenita

Rafael Jesus Fernandez III, F. Brad Johnson

 

CONCISE ORIGINAL REPORT

Revisiting the genomic hypomethylation hypothesis of aging

Archana Unnikrishnan, Niran Hadad, Dustin R. Masser, Jordan Jackson, Willard M. Freeman, Arlan Richardson

 

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Sulfur amino acid restriction–induced changes in redox‐sensitive proteins are associated with slow protein synthesis rates

Sailendra N. Nichenametla, Dwight A.L. Mattocks, Virginia L. Malloy, John T. Pinto

Distinct patterns of gene expression in human cardiac fibroblasts exposed to rapamycin treatment or methionine restriction

Ashley Azar, Ibiyonu Lawrence, Sebastian Jofre, Joshua Mell, Christian Sell

Cardioprotective effects of dietary rapamycin on adult female C57BLKS/J‐Leprdb mice

Peter C. Reifsnyder, Sergey Ryzhov, Kevin Flurkey, Rea P. Anunciado‐Koza, Ian Mills, David E. Harrison, Robert A. Koza

Metabolic adaptation of short‐living growth hormone transgenic mice to methionine restriction and supplementation

Holly M. Brown‐Borg, Sharlene Rakoczy, Joseph A. Wonderlich, Kurt E. Borg, Lalida Rojanathammanee