Establishing cellular stress response profiles as biomarkers of homeodynamics, health and hormesis

@article{Demirovic2013EstablishingCS,
  title={Establishing cellular stress response profiles as biomarkers of homeodynamics, health and hormesis},
  author={Dino Demirovic and Suresh I. S. Rattan},
  journal={Experimental Gerontology},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={94-98}
}
Aging is the progressive shrinkage of the homeodynamic space. A crucial component of the homeodynamic space is the stress response (SR), by virtue of which a living system senses disturbance and initiates a series of events for maintenance, repair, adaptation, remodeling and survival. Here we discuss the main intracellular SR pathways in human cells, and argue for the need to define and establish the immediate and delayed stress response profiles (SRP) during aging. Such SRP are required to be… Expand
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