The articles included in this special series from The Journals of Gerontology, Series A focus on specific topics relevant to aging. The aim is to connect basic science and clinical science, from cell biology to societal applications, all while emphasizing a translational perspective.
Read an editorial from the first translational articles series to learn more about this new section: Of Greek Heroes, Wiggling Worms, Mighty Mice, and Old Body Builders by Luigi Ferrucci, Rafael de Cabo, Nicolas D. Knuth, and Stephanie Studenski.
The translational articles can be found in each issue from January 2012 forward, with one free article from each series. The free articles are highlighted below:
Muscle Function and Sarcopenia
Dynapenia and Aging: An Update
Todd M. Manini and Brian C. Clark
Volume 67A, Issue 1, January 2012
Visit the January 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in the Muscle Function and Sarcopenia section.
Drugs and Drug Metabolism
Aging Biology and Novel Targets for Drug Discovery
David G. Le Couteur, Andrew J. McLachlan, Ronald J. Quinn, Stephen J. Simpson, and Rafael de Cabo
Volume 67A, Issue 2, February 2012
Visit the February 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in the Drugs and Drug Metabolism section.
The Aging Lung
T-Cell Biology in Aging, With a Focus on Lung Disease
Naeun Lee, Min Sun Shin, and Insoo Kang
Volume 67A, Issue 3, March 2012
Visit the March 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in The Aging Lung section.
Discovery of Functional Gene Variants Associated With Human Longevity: Opportunities and Challenges
Cagdas Tazearslan, Miook Cho, and Yousin Suh
Volume 67A, Issue 4, April 2012
Visit the April 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in the Extreme Longevity section.
Genetics and Aging
The Search for Longevity and Healthy Aging Genes: Insights From Epidemiological Studies and Samples of Long-Lived Individuals
Joanne M. Murabito, Rong Yuan, and Kathryn L. Lunetta
Volume 67A, Issue 5, May 2012
Visit the May 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in the Genetics and Aging section.
Controversies and Progress in IGF-1 and Aging
Aging, Atherosclerosis, and IGF-1
Yusuke Higashi, Sergiy Sukhanov, Asif Anwar, Shaw-Yung Shai, and Patrice Delafontaine
Volume 67A, Issue 6, June 2012
Visit the June 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in the Controversies and Progress in IGF-1 and Aging section.
Cognition and Behavioral Psychology
Session III: Mechanisms of Age-Related Cognitive Change and Targets for Intervention: Inflammatory, Oxidative, and Metabolic Processes
Suzanne Craft, Thomas C. Foster, Philip W. Landfield, Steven F. Maier, Susan M. Resnick and Kristine Yaffe
Volume 67A, Issue 7, July 2012
Visit the July 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in the Cognition and Behavioral Psychology section.
Frailty Status and Altered Glucose-Insulin Dynamics
Rita Rastogi Kalyani, Ravi Varadhan, Carlos O. Weiss, Linda P. Fried, and Anne R. Cappola
Volume 67, Issue 12, December 2012
Visit the December 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in the Glucose Homeostasis section.
The Aging Kidney
Epidemiology of Chronic Kidney Disease Among Older Adults: A Focus on the Oldest Old
C. Barrett Bowling and Paul Muntner
Volume 67, Issue 12, December 2012
Visit the December 2012 table of contents to see the other articles in The Aging Kidney section.
The Aging Bone
Skeletal Aging: From Bench to Bed Side
Volume 68, Issue 10, October 2013
Visit the October 2013 table of contents to see the other articles in The Aging Bone section.
Biomarkers, Inflamation, and Frailty
The “Cytokine for Gerontologists” Has Some Company
Volume 69, Issue 2, February 2014
Visit the February 2014 table of contents to see the other articles in Biomarkers, Inflamation, and Frailty section.
Cancer and Aging
Cancer in a Gerontological Context
Volume 70, Issue 6, June 2015
Visit the June 2015 table of contents to see the other articles in Cancer and Aging.
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