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Insulin pathway and its correlation with ageing and longevity

@inproceedings{Accardi2014InsulinPA,
  title={Insulin pathway and its correlation with ageing and longevity},
  author={G. Accardi},
  year={2014}
}
OF PAPERS PRODUCED DURING PhD COURSE AND RELEVANT TO THIS THESIS 1. Accardi G, Caruso C, Colonna-Romano G, Camarda C, Monastero R, Candore G. Can Alzheimer disease be a form of type 3 diabetes? Rejuvenation Res. 2012;15:217-21. Abstract Alzheimer disease (AD) and metabolic syndrome are two highly prevalent pathological conditions of Western society due to incorrect diet, lifestyle, and vascular risk factors. Recent data have suggested metabolic syndrome as an independent risk factor for AD and… Expand

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