5 edition of Non-Mammalian Models for Research on Ageing (Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology) found in the catalog.
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Handbook of Models for Human Aging EDITOR P. Michael Conn ELSEVIER Animal Models A. Non-mammalian Systems Telomeres and Aging in the Yeast Model System Kurt W. Runge Longevity and Aging in Budding Bats as a Novel Model for Aging Research Anja Κ. Brunet-Rossinni and Rocco E. Rossinni Memory in the Aging Hippocampus. Is it merely a Non-mammalian Models for Research on Aging. Edited by F. A. LINTS. matter of contraction and expansion of S. KARGER AG, Basel, Switzerland, physical time or is there something more to it? This book is a valuable
Biopsychosocial models of ageing Biopsychosocial Model of Ageing The Biopsychosocial model dates back to , theorised by psychiatrist George Engel. Engel argued that their was a need for treatment extending beyond a traditional medical model, to include in addition consideration of treatment from a psychological and social viewpoint. NIDCD-supported research has traditionally included many non-mammalian models for the study of hearing, balance, voice, speech, language, smell and taste. Many investigators take advantage of the.
The Teeth of Non-Mammalian Vertebrates is the first comprehensive publication devoted to the teeth and dentitions of living fishes, amphibians and reptiles. The book presents a comprehensive survey of the amazing variety of tooth forms among non-mammalian vertebrates, based on descriptions of approximately species belonging to about by: 9. F. A. Lints has written: 'Genetics and ageing' -- subject(s): Aging, Genetic aspects, Genetic aspects of Aging, Maternal age 'Non-Mammalian Models for Research on Ageing (Interdisciplinary Topics.
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Non-mammalian models for research on aging. Basel ; New York: Karger, (OCoLC) Online version: Non-mammalian models for research on aging.
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1st Edition Published on Novem by CRC Press This book provides essential knowledge and informa-tion required to adequately assess useful alternative Nonmammalian Animal Models for Biomedical Research - 1st Edition - Avr.
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Lastly, non-mammalian disease models are also an alternate experimental avenue to be used in the development of therapeutic interventions, such as cardiac regeneration and drug discovery.
Overall, this issue should highlight the advantages of non-mammalian models as tools for cardiac research. The Handbook of Models for Human Aging is designed as the only comprehensive work available that covers the diversity of aging models currently available.
For each animal model, it presents key aspects of biology, nutrition, factors affecting life span, methods of age determination, use in research, and disadvantages/advantes of use. The most common application of microarray technology to the research of aging is the search for gene expression changes that correlates with organismal age.
Microarrays can also be used to compare individuals or populations of similar age but with different aging potentials.
Infoaging Guide to Animal Models in Aging Research | 5 Birds. Studies of aging in birds have dis-proved the old assumptions about metabolic rates and aging. Birds have very high metabolic rates, body temperatures and blood sugar levels, and yet some species are among the most long-lived of.
The mouse is an excellent mammalian model for research at the interface of metabolism and aging, sharing most protein-coding genes with humans (Pennacchio and. Animal Models of Aging Research: Implications for Human Aging and Age-Related Diseases Sarah J.
Mitchell,1,† Morten Scheibye-Knudsen,2,† Dan L. Longo,3 and Rafael de Cabo1 1Translational Gerontology Branch, 2Laboratory of Molecular Gerontology, and 3Laboratory of Genetics, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, Baltimore, Maryland ; email: File Size: KB.
Purchase Handbook of the Biology of Aging - 6th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNNon-Mammalian Models. A Critical Evaluation of Nonmammalian Models for Aging Research Steven N. Austad, Andrej Podlutsky. Section III: Mammalian Models Book Edition: 6.
The chicken is the premier non- mammalian vertebrate model organism (Fig 6.). It is one of the primary models for embryology and development as its embryonic development occurs in ovo rather than in utero.
The chickenis a major model organism for the study of viruses and : Pramod Kumar Gautam, Sanjay Kumar, Arbind Acharya.
Mammalian Models for Research on Aging: Authors: Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources (U.S.). Committee on Animal Models for Research on Aging, National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Animal Models for Research on Aging: Publisher: National Academies, ISBN:Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX 3/5(1).
A large body of work over many decades has firmly established the laboratory mouse as an excellent model of human aging (Yuan et al., ; Kenyon, ). The mouse has a relatively short lifespan, allowing for maximum lifespan studies to proceed in a reasonable amount of time, and environmental factors that affect aging can be exquisitely by: Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources (U.S.).
Committee on Animal Models for Research on Aging. Mammalian models for research on aging. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources (U.S.). Committee on Animal Models for Research on.
Similarly to C. elegans and D. melanogaster, D. rerio is an interesting alternative model for PDT research. Amphibian model. Xenopus is another animal, but non-mammalian model that is widely used in biomedical research, and two species are particularly useful: Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis.
Over the last 50 years Xenopus laevis has Cited by: 8. Aging Center of the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. Address correspondence and reprint requests to Dr. Beverly Paigen, The Jackson Laboratory, Main Street, Bar Harbor, ME or email bev. [email protected] Mice as a Mammalian Model for Research on the Genetics of Aging sophisticated genetic engineering technology are available.
Non-Mammalian Models for Research on Aging. Karger, Basel, Switzerland, MACKINTOSH, N.J. and MACKINTOSH, J. Performance of octopus over a series of reversals of a simulta- Cited by: Indeed, our DNA is very similar to that of non-human primates, including monkeys, apes, and chimpanzees.
Several experiments into aging and longevity using primate models such as rhesus and squirrel monkeys are currently ongoing in studies of neurobiology, skeletal Cited by: 3. Mice as a Mammalian Model for Research on the Genetics of Aging Rong Yuan. Rong Yuan, PhD, MD, is a research scientist and Animal Core Leader; Luanne L.
Peters, PhD, is a professor and Director; and Beverly Paigen, PhD, is a professor and member of the Leadership Team, all at the Jackson Aging Center of the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor Cited by: Research on Aging is an interdisciplinary journal designed to reflect the expanding role of research in the field of social ch on Aging exists to provide for publication of research in the broad range of disciplines concerned with aging.
Scholars from the disciplines of sociology, gerontology, history, psychology, anthropology, public health, economics, political science.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Choice of nonmammalian models/Kleinzeller --Protozoans as models of cellular aging/Smith-sonneborn --Leeches/Lent, Adams --Crustacean urinary bladder/Miller --Insect models/Andre, Wirtz, Das --Housefly model/Das --Fertilization in ascidians/Dale --Sea urchin .