Critical Literature in Geroscience
- López-Otín C. et al. (2013) The hallmarks of aging. Cell 153:1194-1217
- Kennedy BK. et al. (2014) Geroscience: linking aging to chronic disease. Cell 159:709-713
- Kohanski R. et al. (2016) Reverse geroscience: how does exposure to early diseases accelerate the age-related decline in health? Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1386: 30-44.
- Sierra F. and Kohanski R. (2013) Geroscience offers a new model for investigating the links between aging biology and susceptibility to aging-related chronic diseases. Public Policy & Aging Report 23:7-11.
- Sierra F. and Kohanski R. (2017) Geroscience and the trans-NIH Geroscience Interest Group, GSIG. Geroscience 39:1-5.
Special issue of J. Gerontology 71 (11): 1385-1434. Includes the following articles:
- Sierra F. – Moving geroscience into uncharted waters. pp. 1385-1387.
- Burd C. et al. – Barriers to the Preclinical Development of Therapeutics that Target Aging Mechanisms. pp. 388-1394.
- Huffman D. et al. – Evaluating Health Span in Preclinical Models of Aging and Disease: Guidelines, Challenges, and Opportunities for Geroscience. pp. 1395-1406.
- Kirkland J. et al. – Resilience in aging mice. pp. 1407-1414.
- Justice J. et al.: Frameworks for proof-of-concept clinical trials of interventions that target fundamental aging processes. pp.1415-1423.
- Newman J. et al. – Strategies and challenges in clinical trials targeting human aging. pp. 1424-1434.
Current status of translational concepts:
Special issue of JAMA 320 (13): 1319-1324. Includes the following articles: