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Glucocorticoids, stress, and their adverse neurological effects: relevance to aging - MacArthur studies of successful aging
Body temperature and locomotor activity as marker rhythms of aging of the circadian system in rodents - temperature, sleep-wake rhythms and entrainment
Mailloux, A.; Benstaali, C.; Bogdan, A.; Auzeby, A.; Touitou, Y.
Histone variants of H2A and H3 families are regulated during in vitro aging in the same manner as during differentiation - Effects of aging and hydrocortisone
Futagi, Y.; Suzuki, Y.; Goto, M.; Kato, T.; Rogakou, E.P.; Sekeri-Pataryas, K.E.
Ceroid/Lipofuscin-loaded human fibroblasts show increased susceptibility to oxidative stress - a model for senescence?
Mouridsen, S.E.; Rich, B.; Isager, T.; Terman, A.; Abrahamsson, N.; Brunk, U.T.
Unbiased estimation of the total number of nervous cells and volume of medial mammillary nucleus in humans - a method for analyzing images
Begegaa, A.; Cuesta, M.; Santn, L.J.; Rubio, S.; Astudillo, A.; Arias, J.L.
Transfected human B cells: a new model to study the functional and immunostimulatory consequences of APP production - Biology, Diagnosis and Therapeutics
Marx, F.; Blasko, I.; Zisterer, K.; Grubeck-Loebenstein, B.
The effects of dietary antioxidants on psychomotor performance in aged mice - Protection by antioxidants
Shukitt-Hale, B.; Smith, D.E.; Meydani, M.; Joseph, J.A.
Effects of estrogen replacement therapy on the circadian rhythms of serum cortisol and body temperature in postmenopausal women - MacArthur studies of successful aging
Hung, P.; Wang, H.; Lui, T.; Gudmundsson, A.; Goodman, B.; Lent, S.; Barczi, S.; Grace, A.; Boyle, L.; Ershler, W.B.; Carnes, M.
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