Using a new, integrative approach, Molecular Basis of Aging describes the aging phenomenon within mammalian organisms from the perspective of changes in information storage and coordination between hierarchical orders of structure. This unique approach provides the reader with a thorough insight into the evolution of molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ systems and processes in mammals. This informative volume contains up-to-date reviews of:A Laboratory Manual for Research Procedures I, Friedberg, E.C. and Hanawalt, P.C., Eds., Marcel Dekker, New York, 1981, 431. ... Cook, P. R. and Brazell, A., Detection and repair of single-strand breaks in nuclear DNA, Nature, 263, 679, 1976. ... Collins, A., Downes, C.S., and Johnson, R.T., Eds., IRL Press, Oxford, 1984, 35. ... determined by specific genes: testing the hypothesis, in Testing the Theories of Aging, Adelman, R. and Roth, G., Eds., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1982, 25.
|Title||:||Molecular Basis of Aging|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1995-07-12|