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Inflammatory networks in ageing, age-related diseases and longevity
Inflammation is considered a response set by the tissues in response to injury elicited by trauma or infection. It is a complex network of molecular and cellular interactions that facilitates aExpand
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Understanding ageing: Biomedical and bioengineering approaches, the immunologic view
During the past century, humans have gained more years of average life expectancy than in the last 10,000 years; we are now living in a rapidly ageing world. The sharp rise in life expectancy,Expand
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Inflammation, cytokines, immune response, apolipoprotein E, cholesterol, and oxidative stress in Alzheimer disease: therapeutic implications.
Alzheimer disease (AD) is a heterogeneous and progressive neurodegenerative disease, which in Western society mainly accounts for senile dementia. Today many countries have rising aging populationsExpand
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Probiotics and oral health.
Probiotics are living microorganisms (e.g., bacteria) that are either the same as or similar to organisms found naturally in the human body and may be beneficial to health. Current researches haveExpand
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CCR5 Receptor
Abstract:  The CC chemokine receptor 5 (CCR5) is a member of CC‐chemokine receptor family. CCR5 has the characteristic structure of a seven transmembrane G protein–coupled receptor (GPCR), whichExpand
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Low grade inflammation as a common pathogenetic denominator in age-related diseases: novel drug targets for anti-ageing strategies and successful ageing achievement.
Nowadays, people are living much longer than they used to do, however they are not free from ageing. Ageing, an inexorable intrinsic process that affects all cells, tissues, organs and individuals,Expand
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Inflammation, ageing and cancer
Cancer is generally recognized as an age-related disease. In fact, incidence and mortality rates of most human cancers increase consistently with age up to 90 years, but they plateau and declineExpand
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Mediterranean Diet and Healthy Ageing: A Sicilian Perspective
Traditional Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) is a common dietary pattern characterizing a lifestyle and culture proven to contribute to better health and quality of life in Mediterranean countries. ByExpand
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Mediterranean diet and longevity: an example of nutraceuticals?
The Mediterranean diet (Mediet) is an eating pattern characterizing a lifestyle and culture that has been reported to contribute to better health and quality of life. The Mediet reflects foodExpand
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Molecular Biomarkers of Aging
Sergio Davinelli1, Sonya Vasto2, Calogero Caruso2, Davide Zella3 and Giovanni Scapagnini1 1Department of Health Sciences, University of Molise, Campobasso, 2Department of Pathobiology and BiomedicalExpand
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