Alex Comfort (1920–2000)
The relentless effects of the aging process on protein turnover
Activity of DNA polymerase α in aging human fibroblasts
Carnosine reacts with protein carbonyl groups
Molecular chaperones and the aging process
From life to death — the struggle between chemistry and biology during aging
Longevity in vitro of human CD4+ T helper cell clones derived from young donors and elderly donors, or from progenitor cells
Cytoplasmic genomes that confer additional longevity in Drosophila melanogaster
Possible role of subunit A of nuclear factor Y (NF-YA) in normal human diploid fibroblasts during senescence
Longevity and the immune response
Consideration of heteroduplexes and homoduplexes for the quantification by competitive PCR of human mitochondrial DNA deletions with ageing of tissues and cells
ProtAge
ImAginE
International Symposium on ‘Aging – a Challenge in the New Millennium’ and X-Biennial Meeting of the Association of Gerontology (India), 10–12 November 2000, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India