Tag Archives: epigenetics

Jan Vijg – Aging of the genome

Watch Dr. Jan Vijg’s plenary talk about genetics and epigenetics of aging.

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Here is the Research Needed to Combat Aging

It is more or less clear what we should do in order to defeat aging. I’d like to bring to your attention a research plan in genetic and epigentic regulation. The author is Professor Alexey Moskalev. But there’s a question to which I don’t know the answer – how can one get the funding?

Download pdf – Methods of studying and interventions in genetic and epigenetic processes

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About epigenetics and aging of the brain

There’s this fascinating article published in Science that I decided to illustrate. This is my retelling of the story.

epigenetics, aging, mechanisms of aging, Science, brain, mice, associative memory, memory loss, therapy, histone acetylation

epigenetics, aging, mechanisms of aging, Science, brain, mice, associative memory, memory loss, therapy, histone acetylation

epigenetics, aging, mechanisms of aging, Science, brain, mice, associative memory, memory loss, therapy, histone acetylation

epigenetics, aging, mechanisms of aging, Science, brain, mice, associative memory, memory loss, therapy, histone acetylation
epigenetics, aging, mechanisms of aging, Science, brain, mice, associative memory, memory loss, therapy, histone acetylation

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