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By Vince Giuliano This Part 3 of the Inflammation series of blog entries is concerned with the all-important resolution phase of inflammation, how acute inflammation goes away under ideal conditions instead of hunkering down to lingering and dangerous chronic inflammation. … Continue reading
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By James P. Watson with contributions and editing by Vince Giuliano Introduction (By Vince Giuliano) Jim Watson and I have held that aging and biology, like the universe itself, have no centers. Like the universe, they can be looked at … Continue reading
By Vince Giuliano On Thursday June16, 2016, I offered a pair of talks on The Science and Technology of Longevity at a meeting hosted by the Silicon Valley Health Institute in Palo Alto California. The talks were recorded and you can access them here at your convenience … Continue reading
By James P Watson with commentary and assistance by Vince Giuliano Introduction by Vince Giuliano This blog entry relates another important story of what goes on in the NAD world. This is also the first entry of what I expect … Continue reading
By Vince Giuliano and James P Watson This entry signals some intended changes in our blogging approach and lists some blog entries we plan to publish soon. A. Changes in blogging approach We expect to go to shorter more- focused … Continue reading
Note by Vince Giuliano As has been the case in several previous years, I intend to attend the 2016 annual meeting of the International Dose-response Society which will be held on the Campus of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst … Continue reading
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By James P Watson with editorial assistance and contributions from Vince Giuliano I. WHY YOU SHOULD BE INTERESTED IN HUTCHINSON-GILFORD PROGERIA SYNDROME (HGPS) Summary: HGPS is a major clue to solving the “puzzle of aging” and the molecular mechanisms here … Continue reading
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By Vince Giuliano, with inspiration by Jim Watson Image source: “These clusters of cells are 1 billion years old, the oldest to appear in freshwater/land ecosysems Credit: Oxford University/Martin Brasier ” … Continue reading
By James P Watson with editorial and some content contribution by Vince Giuliano This is the second blog entry in a three-part series concerned with transposable DNA entries (TEs). The Part 1 entry focused on basics of what TEs are, … Continue reading
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By Vince Giuliano, inspired by interaction by James P. Watson This is the first blog entry in a three-part series concerned with transposable DNA entries (TEs). It focuses on basics of what TEs are, why they are important for us … Continue reading