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SAGE KE Bulletin Board


22 December 2001

Rich Miller

One good place to start would be with the review of endocrine aging written by Jim Nelson as Chapter 15 in the Handbook of Physiology (Section 11: Aging), edited by Edward J. Masoro and published by Oxford in 1995.

The article by Bartke and Mark Lane, Chapter 11 of the Handbook of the Biology of Aging (edited by Masoro and Austad, Academic Press, 2001) is also a useful entrez.

Bartke's review article on longevity of mice with altered endocrine profiles (J. Gerontol. Biol. Sci. 56: B340- B349, 2001) also provides a good deal of food for thought.

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