The prolongevity effect of resveratrol depends on dietary composition and calorie intake in a tephritid fruit fly.

@article{Zou2009ThePE,
  title={The prolongevity effect of resveratrol depends on dietary composition and calorie intake in a tephritid fruit fly.},
  author={Sige Zou and James R. Carey and Pablo Liedo and Donald K. Ingram and Hans-Georg M{\"u}ller and Jane-Ling Wang and Fang Yao and Binbing Yu and Anhong Zhou},
  journal={Experimental gerontology},
  year={2009},
  volume={44 6-7},
  pages={472-6}
}
Several studies have shown that resveratrol can extend lifespan in yeast, worm, fruit fly and short-lived fish, as well as mice under a high-fat diet, probably acting through molecular pathways similar to dietary restriction. However, the putative prolongevity effect of resveratrol has not been observed in other studies. To evaluate the robustness of the prolongevity effects of resveratrol, we designed a nutritional study to address the question, Under what nutritional conditions does… CONTINUE READING

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