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Volume 32, Number 4, July 1997

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The brain: a vulnerable target
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Telomere control of replicative lifespan
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The heterochromatin loss model of aging
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Network theory of aging
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Plasticity of neuroendocrine-thymus interactions during aging
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The nitric oxide hypothesis of brain aging
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Age-related changes in axonal transport
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Effect of neuropeptides on cognitive function
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Imbalance of oxygen activation and energy metabolism as a consequence or mediator of aging
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Age-related changes in the blood-brain barrier
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Leydig cell steroidogenesis in aging rats
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Sexual performance and longevity
pp. 539-552(14)
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Melatonin levels in Parkinson's disease: drug therapy versus electrical stimulation of the internal globus pallidus
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Lifespan changes in the human hypothalamus
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Aging, neuroendocrine function, and osteoporosis
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Circadian melatonin and young-to-old pineal grafting postpone aging and maintain juvenile conditions of reproductive functions in mice and rats
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Authors: Pierpaoli, W.; Bulian, D.; Dall'Ara, A.; Marchetti, B.; Gallo, F.; Morale, M.C.; Tirolo, C.; Testa, N.

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Modifications of circadian and circannual rhythms with aging
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