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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A metabolomic signature of decelerated physiological aging in human plasma Janssens, Georges E.

45 6 p. 3147-3164
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2 Assessment of cerebral autoregulatory function and inter-hemispheric blood flow in older adults with internal carotid artery stenosis using transcranial Doppler sonography-based measurement of transient hyperemic response after carotid artery compression Magyar-Stang, Rita

45 6 p. 3333-3357
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3 Association between aging-related biomarkers and longitudinal trajectories of intrinsic capacity in older adults Lu, Wan-Hsuan

45 6 p. 3409-3418
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4 Associations between PBMC whole genome transcriptome, muscle strength, muscle mass, and physical performance in healthy home-dwelling older women de Sousa, Ana R. S.

45 6 p. 3175-3186
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5 Basal autophagic flux measured in blood correlates positively with age in adults at increased risk of type 2 diabetes Bensalem, Julien

45 6 p. 3549-3560
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6 Calorie restriction mimetic drugs could favorably influence gut microbiota leading to lifespan extension Shintani, Tomoya

45 6 p. 3475-3490
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7 Cellular senescence and frailty: a comprehensive insight into the causal links Marcozzi, Serena

45 6 p. 3267-3305
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8 Characterization of novel mouse models to study the role of necroptosis in aging and age-related diseases Selvarani, Ramasamy

45 6 p. 3241-3256
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9 Comparative analysis of the molecular and physiological consequences of constitutive SKN-1 activation Ramos, Carmen M.

45 6 p. 3359-3370
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10 Deprescribing in cardiometabolic conditions in older patients: a systematic review Hickman, Elizabeth

45 6 p. 3491-3512
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11 Exploring the possible causal effects of cardiac blood biomarkers in dementia and cognitive performance: a Mendelian randomization study Zonneveld, Michelle H.

45 6 p. 3165-3174
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12 Exposome and unhealthy aging: environmental drivers from air pollution to occupational exposures Pandics, Tamas

45 6 p. 3381-3408
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13 Impact of influenza, herpes zoster, and pneumococcal vaccinations on the incidence of cardiovascular events in subjects aged over 65 years: a systematic review Addario, Alexandra

45 6 p. 3419-3447
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14 Investigating the associations between upper limb motor function and cognitive impairment: a scoping review Rudd, Kaylee D.

45 6 p. 3449-3473
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15 Pan-primate studies of age and sex Horvath, Steve

45 6 p. 3187-3209
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16 Prefrontal hemodynamic features of older adults with preserved visuospatial working memory function Lee, Tsz-lok

45 6 p. 3513-3527
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17 Resilience, aging, and response to radiation exposure (RARRE) in nonhuman primates: a resource review Schaaf, George W.

45 6 p. 3371-3379
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18 Systemic inflammation and biological aging in the Health and Retirement Study Meier, Helen C. S.

45 6 p. 3257-3265
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19 Systemic inflammatory and gut microbiota responses to fracture in young and middle-aged mice Roberts, Joseph L.

45 6 p. 3115-3129
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20 Targeted metabolomics reveals plasma biomarkers and metabolic alterations of the aging process in healthy young and older adults Jasbi, Paniz

45 6 p. 3131-3146
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21 The million-molecule challenge: a moonshot project to rapidly advance longevity intervention discovery Lee, Mitchell B.

45 6 p. 3103-3113
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22 The mitochondrially targeted peptide elamipretide (SS-31) improves ADP sensitivity in aged mitochondria by increasing uptake through the adenine nucleotide translocator (ANT) Pharaoh, Gavin

45 6 p. 3529-3548
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23 The multifaceted benefits of walking for healthy aging: from Blue Zones to molecular mechanisms Ungvari, Zoltan

45 6 p. 3211-3239
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24 Vascular senescence and leak are features of the early breakdown of the blood–brain barrier in Alzheimer’s disease models Ting, Ka Ka

45 6 p. 3307-3331
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