4 edition of Aging and cell function found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by John E. Johnson, Jr.|
|Contributions||Johnson, John E., 1945-|
|LC Classifications||QH608 .A36 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 283 p. :|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||83027167|
That’s because sleep is when cells, especially your brain cells, clean house. When cells go about their day-to-day functioning, they make waste, and when you’re sleeping, mitochondria make energy for your cells to take out the trash. Here’s how to hack your sleep so that your cells can unload the junk and make way for more power. How would replicative senescence of cells lead to the deterioration in structure and function of the aging tissues (e.g., skin) in which they reside? In tissues, e.g., skin and other epithelia, where mitosis must continue throughout life to replace the cells that are lost, the accumulation of senescent cells — incapable of further mitosis.
impairment of executive function as a key contributor to age-related declines on a number of cognitive tasks. In the summary presented below (Glisky, ), it should be noted that cognitive functions are not isolated capacities but actually overlap, combine, and interact in complex ways. Summary Effects of Aging on Basic Adult Cognitive Functions. With every cell division, chromosomes shorten and cause the cell to age. Newsletter. Whether telomere length is a marker of biological aging or a cause of it remains to be seen.
Aging Health. ;9(1) Loss of immune function – that is, immunosenescence – is considered an important determinant of health. Both adaptive and innate immunity are affected with age. Aging is a condition in which a person gradually loses the ability to maintain homeostasis, due to structural alteration or dysfunction. Aging changes biological processes in many organs and tissues. The loss of regenerative capacity is the most dramatic age-associated alteration in the liver. Cellular damage, if not repaired, leads to apoptosis or senescence. The presence of permanent cell.
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Aging and Cell Function: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Most of the scientific data on the biology of aging are at the biochemical and physiological levels, while comparatively little information has been avail able at the anatomical level.
Because of this, a two-volume set called Aging and Cell Structure was conceived, the first volume having been published in and the second volume being published concurrently with the present one on cell function. Aging and cell function. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John E Johnson.
Description. Time, Cells, and Aging, 2nd Edition presents the mechanics of cell function and the relevant implications of the molecular-genetic view to the aging phenomena.
This book explores the biology of the aging process. Comprised of 11 chapters, this edition starts with an overview of the causes and mechanisms underlying the gradual deterioration of structure and function characteristics. Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Aging and cell function.
New York: Plenum Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: John E Johnson. "Readers interested in an account that places cellular senescence at the epicenter of human aging and assembles as much evidence as possible to suppport that view will find a great deal to satisfy them in Cells, Aging, and Human s: 2.
Cellular Aging and Cell Death bridges the rapidly growing fields ofcellular aging and programmed cell death. This thorough, yetconcise book will be of particular interest to graduate studentsand researchers within the fields of cell and developmentalbiology, neurobiology, immunology, and physiology.
stem cell function. Longest-lived Human • Jeanne Louise Calment • 21 February – 4 August • longest confirmed human life span in history • Biological aging is a decline in function over time, beginning after the reproductive years • Symptoms of aging have many causes. Arlt W, Hewison M.
Hormones and immune function: implications of aging. Aging Cell. ; 3 (4)– Arora Duggal N, Upton J, Phillips AC, Sapey E, Lord JM. An age-related numerical and functional deficit in CD19(+) CD24(hi) CD38(hi) B cells is associated with an increase in systemic autoimmunity.
Aging Cell. ; 12 (5)– Aging Intervention and Future Research on Stem Cells. Aging is accompanied by a decline in cellular regenerative capacity of all tissues and organs.
Decline in the regenerative activities of these tissues can be attributed to an age-related decline in stem cell function. Aims and scope Immunity & Ageing, published sinceis a specialist open access journal dedicated to increasing knowledge about the impact of ageing on immune systems, the influence of aged immune systems on organismal well-being and longevity, and.
Aging changes in organs, tissues, and cells All vital organs begin to lose some function as you age during adulthood. Aging changes occur in all of the body's cells, tissues, and organs, and these changes affect the functioning of all body systems. Living tissue is made up of cells.
cell function is thought to play a critical part in these processes. Factors contributing to T cell immunosenescence may include a) stem cell defects, b) thymus involution, c) defects in antigen presenting cells (APC), d) aging of resting immune cells, e) disrupted activation pathways in immune cells, f) replicative senescence of clonally.
Cellular theories of aging propose that human aging is the result of cellular aging, whereby an increasing proportion of cells reach senescence, a terminal stage at which cells will cease to divide. This will limit the body's ability to regenerate and to respond to injury or stress.
In this regard, novel antioxidants may prevent aging-induced oxidative stress and thereby improve endothelial cell function in aged cells. As most of the pro-angiogenic and the anti-angiogenic molecules are unstable, recent studies have also established a potential role of UPS in regulating endothelial cell function.
We show that activation of mitochondria via PGC‐1a in cells impinges on diverse functions including chromatin remodeling and RNA processing. We suggest that this PGC‐1a‐directed network is implicated in the mechanisms of delayed aging by caloric restriction.
With age, haematopoietic stem cells lose their ability to regenerate the blood system, and promote disease development. Autophagy is associated with health and longevity, and is critical for.
the aging and death of cells are not strictly linked mechanistically, they are juxtaposed within this chapter since both processes occur at the end of the cellular life span and since the failure of both processes is intimately linked to tumor formation and cancer.
The cell enters a quiescent state after which it experiences cell death via the process of apoptosis. Overview. Aging is inevitable as it is an accumulation of damage over time that eventually affects the function and survival of organisms.
Cells respond to environmental changes or injury in three general ways: (1) when the change is mild or short-lived, the cell may withstand the assault and completely return to normal.
This is called a reversible cell injury. (2) The cell may adapt to a persistent but sublethal injury by changing its structure or function. Cellular AGING AND CELL DEATH Edited by Nikki J. Holbrook, George R.
Martin, and Richard in Cellular Aging and Cell Death provides a thorough understanding ofthe mechanisms responsible for cellular aging, covering the recentresearch on programmed cell death and senescence, and describingtheir role in the control of cell proliferation and the agingprocess.
This one-of-a-kind book .Although B cells may suffer from a lack of adequate T cell help in aging, as we have discussed above, we have demonstrated that intrinsic changes in B cells also occur and have a significant impact on antibody production. The mechanism for the age-related decrease in E47 levels in old splenic B cells is mRNA stability (see model, Fig.
1). Exercise, mitochondria, and aging Mitochondria are commonly referred to as the powerhouses of the cell; their primary function is to produce adenosine triphosphate – the molecule that transports.