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2014 Ageing summit: Establishing anti-ageing medicines

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Anti-Ageing MedicineMeeting report from the Euroscicon event: 26th February 2014, London, UK

Meeting Chair:  Dr Nadège Minois, University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK

Author: Dr Kamal Ivory, Senior Project Scientist in the Gut Health and Food Safety Programme

Institute of Food Research, UK

Editor: Dr Astrid Englezou, Euroscicon Ltd

This Euroscicon meeting which took place on 26th February 2014, reviews the most up to date science on how to positively modulate ageing and its translation to interventions in human ageing
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Contents

INTRODUCTION

The effects and mechanisms of action of spermidine on ageing

Use of kinetic isotope effect to mitigate age-related oxidative stress diseases

Tenocyte metabolism in ageing and oestrogen deficiency

Stress signalling pathways as targets for intervention in the premature ageing Werner Syndrome

Experimental in vitro study on the behaviour of osteoclast in osteoporosis

Gut microbiota as drug targets to slow ageing

Question and Answer Session

REFERENCES

BIOGRAPHIES

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

DETERMINATION OF THE SENESCENT ASSOCIATED SECRETORY PHENOTYPE (SASP) IN NORMAL HUMAN PRIMARY FIBROBLASTS USING THE MESOSCALE DISCOVERY PLATFORM

EXPERIMENTAL IN VITRO STUDY ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF OSTEOCLAST IN OSTEOPOROSIS.

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  • Publisher: HONNAO (5 Aug 2014)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MGUJDN2

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