Geroscience approaches to increase healthspan and slow aging. Melov, S. F1000Research, 5:785, April, 2016.
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For decades, researchers in the biology of aging have focused on defining mechanisms that modulate aging by primarily studying a single metric, sometimes described as the “gold standard” lifespan. Increasingly, geroscience research is turning towards defining functional domains of aging such as the cardiovascular system, skeletal integrity, and metabolic health as being a more direct route to understand why tissues decline in function with age. Each model used in aging research has strengths and weaknesses, yet we know surprisingly little about how critical tissues decline in health with increasing age. Here I discuss popular model systems used in geroscience research and their utility as possible tools in preclinical studies in aging.
@article{melov_geroscience_2016,
	title = {Geroscience approaches to increase healthspan and slow aging},
	volume = {5},
	issn = {2046-1402},
	url = {https://f1000research.com/articles/5-785/v1},
	doi = {10.12688/f1000research.7583.1},
	abstract = {For decades, researchers in the biology of aging have focused on defining mechanisms that modulate aging by primarily studying a single metric, sometimes described as the “gold standard” lifespan. Increasingly, geroscience research is turning towards defining functional domains of aging such as the cardiovascular system, skeletal integrity, and metabolic health as being a more direct route to understand why tissues decline in function with age. Each model used in aging research has strengths and weaknesses, yet we know surprisingly little about how critical tissues decline in health with increasing age. Here I discuss popular model systems used in geroscience research and their utility as possible tools in preclinical studies in aging.},
	language = {en},
	urldate = {2020-11-18},
	journal = {F1000Research},
	author = {Melov, Simon},
	month = apr,
	year = {2016},
	pages = {785},
}
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