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This quantity provides a transparent, concise review of the present kingdom of data in regards to the biology of getting older √± serving as either a useful graduate-level textual content and a key reference for working towards execs. Over a dozen wonderful participants probe the most recent advancements in our wisdom of why humans age and the way the method works. those authoritative chapters aren't simply written for biologists √± yet for gerontologists mostly. Marks the 10th anniversary of the yearly overview of Gerontology and Geriatrics.
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These studies verified that HA content in young children and adolescents was low but with age there was an eleva- 34 W. T. 4. Urinary hyaluronic acid excretion by progeria and normal subjects versus age. A 10- to 20-fold elevation is seen in comparison with age-matched controls and a modest increase with normal aging is observed. Figure plotted from data presented in Zebrower et al. (1985a) and additional unpublished data on older apparently normal subjects. tion to 5-6%. Elevated excretion of urinary HA may be a normal characteristic or biomarker of aging that occurs at an accelerated rate in progeria and WS.