Targeting the age-related occurrence, removal, and accumulation of molecular damage by hormesis.

@article{Rattan2010TargetingTA,
  title={Targeting the age-related occurrence, removal, and accumulation of molecular damage by hormesis.},
  author={Suresh I S Rattan},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={1197},
  pages={28-32}
}
Strategies for testing and developing effective means of intervention, prevention, and modulation of aging incorporate means to minimize the occurrence and accumulation of molecular damage, to reduce molecular heterogeneity, and to evaluate the relevance of the type and extent of damage with respect to its role in aging and age-related diseases. One such approach is that of mild stress-induced hormesis, which stimulates maintenance and repair systems and strengthens the homeodynamic space of… CONTINUE READING

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