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Epigenetics & Aging

Epigenetics & Aging diagram by Relton et al, PLOS Medicine
Relton et al, PLOS Medicine

Epigenetic changes, such as changes in histone modification patterns and noncoding RNA expression levels, have a strong influence on the aging process. Discover new insights into the role of epigenetics in aging in this feed.

Top 20 most recent papers

Molecular Diversity Among Adult Hippocampal and Entorhinal Cells

bioRxivJanuary 2, 2020
Daniel FranjicNenad Sestan

Colorectal cancer marker identification using the aging immune system-related blood cell DNA methylome

bioRxivJanuary 14, 2020
Yuan QuanJianghui Xiong

cGAS, a DNA Sensor, Promotes Inflammatory Responses in Huntington Disease

bioRxivJanuary 9, 2020
Manish SharmaSrinivasa Subramaniam

Chromatin modifiers and recombination factors promote a telomere  fold-back structure, that is lost during replicative senescence

bioRxivJanuary 13, 2020
Tina WagnerBrian Luke
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Epigenetic Signaling and RNA Regulation in Cardiovascular Diseases

International Journal of Molecular SciencesJanuary 17, 2020
Alessia MongelliCarlo Gaetano

Complex sex-specific age-related changes in DNA methylation including variability, epimutations and entropy

bioRxivJanuary 15, 2020
Igor YusipovClaudio Franceschi

Gene co-expression network for analysis of plasma exosomal miRNAs in the elderly as markers of aging and cognitive decline

PeerJJanuary 15, 2020
Zheng YeZhongdang Xiao
Npj Aging and Mechanisms of Disease

Repository of proposed pathways and protein-protein interaction networks in age-related macular degeneration

Npj Aging and Mechanisms of DiseaseJanuary 15, 2020
Fran M PoolPhilip J Luthert
Scientific Reports

Association of glomerular DNA damage and DNA methylation with one-year eGFR decline in IgA nephropathy

Scientific ReportsJanuary 16, 2020
Kaori HayashiHiroshi Itoh
Clinical Epigenetics

Frameshift mutations at the C-terminus of HIST1H1E result in a specific DNA hypomethylation signature

Clinical EpigeneticsJanuary 9, 2020
Andrea CiolfiMarco Tartaglia
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

The Role of EjSPL3 , EjSPL4 , EjSPL5, and EjSPL9 in Regulating Flowering in Loquat (Eriobotryajaponica Lindl.)

International Journal of Molecular SciencesJanuary 8, 2020
Yuanyuan JiangYongshun Gao
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Granulosa-Lutein Cell Sirtuin Gene Expression Profiles Differ between Normal Donors and Infertile Women

International Journal of Molecular SciencesJanuary 8, 2020
Rebeca González-FernándezJulio Ávila

Dysregulation of antimicrobial peptide expression distinguishes Alzheimer's disease from normal aging

AgingJanuary 8, 2020
Min WangXianda Hu

Association of adult lung function with accelerated biological aging

AgingJanuary 12, 2020
Faisal I RezwanJohn W Holloway
Clinical Epigenetics

Dysfunctional epigenetic aging of the normal colon and colorectal cancer risk

Clinical EpigeneticsJanuary 5, 2020
Ting WangWilliam M Grady
Human Genetics

Loss of chromatin structural integrity is a source of stress during aging

Human GeneticsJanuary 5, 2020
Ruofan YuWeiwei Dang
Circulation. Genomic and Precision Medicine

Epigenome-wide Association Study Identifies a Novel DNA Methylation in Patients with Severe Aortic Valve Stenosis

Circulation. Genomic and Precision MedicineJanuary 14, 2020
Takahito NasuMakoto Sasaki
Stem Cell Research & Therapy

Age-dependent impairment of adipose-derived stem cells isolated from horses

Stem Cell Research & TherapyJanuary 5, 2020
Michalina AlickaKrzysztof Marycz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Multifeature analyses of vascular cambial cells reveal longevity mechanisms in old Ginkgo biloba trees

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of AmericaJanuary 15, 2020
Li WangJinxing Lin
Translational Oncology

Metformin Treatment for Diabetes Mellitus Correlates with Progression and Survival in Colorectal Carcinoma

Translational OncologyJanuary 4, 2020
Marta K PowellPetr Heneberg

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