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Education, homeostasis, and longevity
The pineal gland and melatonin in relation to aging: a summary of the theories and of the data
Oxygen free radicals, melatonin, and aging
Pierrefiche, G.; Laborit, H.
Individual differences in hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal activity in later life and hippocampal aging
Meaney, M.J.; O'Donnell, D.; Rowe, W.; Tannenbaum, B.; Steverman, A.; Walker, M.; Nair, N.P.V.; Lupien, S.
Estrogen-induced hypothalamic beta-endorphin neuron loss: a possible model of hypothalamic aging
desjardins, G.C.; Beaudet, A.; Meaney, M.J.; Brawer, J.R.
Mitochondrial DNA mutations associated with aging and degenerative diseases
Nutrition and its relationship to aging
Sex-specific life table aging rates in large medfly cohorts
Carey, J.R.; Liedo, P.
Semiconduction of proteins as an attribute of the living state: the ideas of Albert Szent-Gyorgyi revisited in light of the recent knowledge regarding oxygen free radicals
The role of aging in the clinical expression of essential tremor
Central auditory aging: GABA changes in the inferior colliculus
Caspary, D.M.; Milbrandt, J.C.; Helfert, R.H.
Changes in tissue responsiveness to hormones and neurotransmitters during aging
Gonadotropin secretion during aging in women: review article
Increased glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) levels in the brains of transgenic mice expressing the bovine growth hormone (bGH) gene
Miller, D.B.; Bartke, A.; O'Callaghan, J.P.
The role of ''invertors'' (intracellular activators) in age-related changes in cell response to hormones
Limbic control of endocrine glands in aged rats
Psychorehabilitation aspects in older age groups
Kaufmann, C.; Barolin, G.S.
The neuropsychology of aging