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Volume 1507

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Ann NY Acad Sci editorial staff

Volume 1507

Published: January 2022

Volume 1507

2020 Impact factor: 5.691
5 year Impact factor: 5.167
2020 Journal Citation Reports: 13/73 (Multidisciplinary Sciences)
Online ISSN: 1749-6632
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Toward the massive genome of Proteus anguinus—illuminating longevity, regeneration, convergent evolution, and metabolic disorders

Rok Kostanjšek, Børge Diderichsen, Hans Recknagel, Nina Gunde-Cimerman, Cene Gostinčar, Guangyi Fan, Dušan Kordiš, Peter Trontelj, Hui Jiang, Lars Bolund, Yonglun Luo



The critically ill brain after cardiac arrest

Chaitanya B. Medicherla, Ariane Lewis


A walk through the progression of resuscitation medicine

Muhammad Shoaib, Lance B. Becker


Enhancing cardiac arrest survival with extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation: insights into the process of death

Tom P. Aufderheide, Rajat Kalra, Marinos Kosmopoulos, Jason A. Bartos, Demetris Yannopoulos


Pharmacologic neuroprotection in ischemic brain injury after cardiac arrest

Alyson Katz, Shari B. Brosnahan, John Papadopoulos, Sam Parnia, Jason Q. Lam


The evolution of hypothermia for neuroprotection after cardiac arrest: a history in the making

Alexander Presciutti, Sarah M. Perman



Extending human healthspan and longevity: a symposium report

Loren M. DeVito, Nir Barzilai, Ana Maria Cuervo, Laura J. Niedernhofer, Sofiya Milman, Morgan Levine, Daniel Promislow, Luigi Ferrucci, George A. Kuchel, Joan Mannick, Jamie Justice, Mitzi M. Gonzales, James L. Kirkland, Pinchas Cohen, Judith Campisi



Circ-E2F3 promotes cervical cancer progression by inhibiting microRNA-296-5p and increasing STAT3 nuclear translocation

Xiangke Cao, Qinghua Ma, Bin Wang, Qingqiang Qian, Yinan Xi


Determinants associated with doctors’ prescribing behaviors in public hospitals in China

Lihua Pan, Ran Zhao, Nan Zhao, Liangmin Wei, Yanling Wu, Hong Fan


A machine learning–based biological aging prediction and its associations with healthy lifestyles: the Dongfeng–Tongji cohort

Chenming Wang, Xin Guan, Yansen Bai, Yue Feng, Wei Wei, Hang Li, Guyanan Li, Hua Meng, Mengying Li, Jiali Jie, Ming Fu, Xiulong Wu, Meian He, Xiaomin Zhang, Handong Yang, Yanjun Lu, Huan Guo


Use of Mayer wave activity to demonstrate aberrant cardiovascular autonomic control following sports concussion injury

Michael F. La Fountaine, Asante N. Hohn, Caroline L. Leahy, Anthony J. Testa, Joseph P. Weir


Differences in regional gray matter volume predict the extent to which openness influences judgments of beauty and pleasantness of interior architectural spaces

Martin Skov, Oshin Vartanian, Gorka Navarrete, Cristian Modroño, Anjan Chatterjee, Helmut Leder, José L. Gonzalez-Mora, Marcos Nadal


Probing associations between interbrain synchronization and interpersonal action coordination during guitar playing

Viktor Müller, Ulman Lindenberger


Thiamine deficiency in Gambian women of reproductive age

Megan W. Bourassa, Filomena Gomes, Kerry S. Jones, Albert Koulman, Andrew M. Prentice, Carla Cerami