Aging in rhesus monkeys: relevance to human health interventions.

@article{Roth2004AgingIR,
  title={Aging in rhesus monkeys: relevance to human health interventions.},
  author={George S. Roth and Julie A. Mattison and Mary Ann Ottinger and Mark E. Chachich and Mark A. Lane and Donald K. Ingram},
  journal={Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={305 5689},
  pages={
          1423-6
        }
}
Progress in gerontological research has been promoted through the use of numerous animal models, which have helped identify possible mechanisms of aging and age-related chronic diseases and evaluate possible interventions with potential relevance to human aging and disease. Further development of nonhuman primate models, particularly rhesus monkeys, could accelerate this progress, because their closer genetic relationship to humans produces a highly similar aging phenotype. Because the… CONTINUE READING

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