By Byung Pal Yu
content material: part A. normal theoretical techniques to getting older examine --
part B. Experimental in vitro types in getting older examine --
part C. Vertebrate versions in getting older study --
part D. equipment of assessing getting older procedures --
part E. Molecular and evolutionary pobes of senescence changes --
part F. suggestions for exploring age-related intra- and subcellular adjustments --
part G. recommendations for assessing age-related oxidative modification.
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