Trending With Impact: Are Our Muscles Intrinsically Impaired by Aging?

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Author: Kathryn Atkins | Scientific Content Writer | January 20, 2022
In a priority research paper published by Aging-US in January of 2022, researchers investigated aged muscle stem cells and their ability to sense and respond to mechanical cues. continue reading »

Gene Mutations and Neoantigens in Head and Neck Tumors

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Author: Kathryn Atkins | Scientific Content Writer | January 13, 2022
The aim of this exploratory study was to characterize the genomic and neoantigen changes in 23 paired primary and recurrent head and neck cell squamous-cell carcinomas. continue reading »

Common Age-Related Changes in Eye Lenses

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Author: Kathryn Atkins | Scientific Content Writer | January 6, 2022
In this 2019 study, researchers examined murine models to determine common age-related eye lens changes that contribute to eventual vision impairment and loss. continue reading »

Can Purified Cholera Stop Obesity?

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Author: Kathryn Atkins | Scientific Content Writer | December 30, 2021
In this 2019 study, researchers investigated the effects of purified elements of cholera toxin in age-associated weight gain. continue reading »

Investigating a Biomarker of Age-Related Macular Degeneration

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Author: Kathryn Atkins | Scientific Content Writer | December 23, 2021
Over 15 million people in the United States are currently struggling with age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Researchers investigated a mechanism of AMD pathophysiology. continue reading »