Hormesis as a Mechanism for the Anti-Aging Effects of Calorie Restriction

@inproceedings{Rattan2010HormesisAA,
  title={Hormesis as a Mechanism for the Anti-Aging Effects of Calorie Restriction},
  author={S. Rattan and Dino Demirovic},
  year={2010}
}
Hormesis in aging is represented by stress-induced stimulation of protective mechanisms and strengthened homeostasis/homeodynamics. Since calorie restriction (CR) generally stimulates various maintenance and repair systems, hormesis has been considered as one of the possible mechanisms. The evidence in favour of the hormetic explanation for the beneficial effects of CR includes the induction of various stress responses including heat shock response, unfolded protein response, autophagy, DNA… Expand
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