The Peripheral Hypotheses of Hypothalamic Aging

@inproceedings{Cai2018ThePH,
  title={The Peripheral Hypotheses of Hypothalamic Aging},
  author={Z. Cai},
  year={2018}
}
It is well known that the hypothalamic changes in control of hormones determine the chronological sequence of aging in mammals. For decades, it has been demonstrated in humans that the hypothalamic nuclei manifest heterogeneity in degeneration during aging, with the neuron number decreasing in both the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) and the preoptic sexually dimorphic nucleus (SDN-POA) in the process of senescence, while the neuron number remains unchanged in the paraventricular nucleus (PVN… CONTINUE READING

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