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Volume 37, Number 10, October 2002

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Editorial board
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Biological aging research today: potential, peeves, and problems
pp. 1141-1146(6)
Author: Jazwinski, S.M.

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Role of the Raf/MEK/ERK and the PI3K/Akt(PKB) pathways in fibroblast senescence
pp. 1149-1156(8)
Authors: Lorenzini, A.; Tresini, M.; Mawal-Dewan, M.; Frisoni, L.; Zhang, H.; Allen, R.G.; Sell, C.; Cristofalo, V.J.

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Mortalin: present and prospective
pp. 1157-1164(8)
Authors: Kaul, S.C.; Taira, K.; Pereira-Smith, O.M.; Wadhwa, R.

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Replicative senescence of human fibroblasts: the role of Ras-dependent signaling and oxidative stress
pp. 1165-1174(10)
Authors: Hutter, E.; Unterluggauer, H.; Uberall, F.; Schramek, H.; Jansen-Durr, P.

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Mitochondrial repair of 8-oxoguanine and changes with aging
pp. 1189-1196(8)
Authors: Stevnsner, T.; Thorslund, T.; de Souza-Pinto, N.C.; Bohr, V.A.

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Psoralen plus UVA (PUVA) induced premature senescence as a model for stress-induced premature senescence
pp. 1197-1201(5)
Authors: Ma, W.; Wlaschek, M.; Hommel, C.; Schneider, L.; Scharffetter-Kochanek, K.

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Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase-1, DNA repair and mammalian longevity
pp. 1203-1205(3)
Authors: Burkle, A.; Beneke, S.; Brabeck, C.; Leake, A.; Meyer, R.; Muiras, M.; Pfeiffer, R.

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Assays of proteasome activity in relation to aging
pp. 1217-1222(6)
Authors: Rivett, A.J.; Bose, S.; Pemberton, A.J.; Brooks, P.; Onion, D.; Shirley, D.; Stratford, F.L.L.; Forti, K.

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Human skeletal muscle satellite cells: aging, oxidative stress and the mitotic clock
pp. 1229-1236(8)
Authors: Renault, V.; Thornell, L.; Butler-Browne, G.; Mouly, V.

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Chronic in vivo exposure to glucocorticoids prolongs cellular lifespan: the case of Cushing's syndrome-patients' fibroblasts
pp. 1237-1245(9)
Authors: Pratsinis, H.; Tsagarakis, S.; Zervolea, I.; Giannakopoulos, F.; Stathakos, D.; Thalassinos, N.; Kletsas, D.

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Chaperone function and chaperone overload in the aged. A preliminary analysis
pp. 1257-1262(6)
Authors: Nardai, G.; Csermely, P.; Soti, C.

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What studies on human longevity tell us about the risk for cancer in the oldest old: data and hypotheses on the genetics and immunology of centenarians
pp. 1263-1271(9)
Authors: Bonafe, M.; Barbi, C.; Storci, G.; Salvioli, S.; Capri, M.; Olivieri, F.; Valensin, S.; Monti, D.; Gonos, E.S.; de Benedictis, G.; Franceschi, C.

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GD3 in cellular ageing and apoptosis
pp. 1273-1282(10)
Authors: Malisan, F.; Testi, R.

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Male/female ratio in centenarians: a possible role played by population genetic structure
pp. 1283-1289(7)
Authors: Passarino, G.; Calignano, C.; Vallone, A.; Franceschi, C.; Jeune, B.; Robine, J.M.; Yashin, A.I.; Cavalli Sforza, L.L.; de Benedictis, G.

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Tau aggregation in the hippocampal formation: an ageing or a pathological process?
pp. 1291-1296(6)
Authors: Delacourte, A.; Sergeant, N.; Wattez, A.; Maurage, C.; Lebert, F.; Pasquier, F.; David, J.

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