Monthly Archives: July 2014

[GRG] Editorial: Nine Obvious Steps to Immortality

To Members and Friends of the Los Angeles Gerontology Research Group: Maria’s Editorial in Russian/English edited into better English below. Her heart is in the right place, but she needs to do a better job in bleaching her hair if … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] Hear from Industry Leaders in Personalized Medicine and Diagnostics Reimbursement

At 09:09 AM 7/29/2014, you wrote: Dear Dr. Coles,        Stratified genomic medicine, genome-guided prevention and treatment of complex diseases, is becoming a reality due to the latest achievements in genome research as well as the clinical implementation of … Continue reading

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[GRG] Identification of Barriers to Human iPSC Generation

http://ift.tt/WlKYHJ Systematic Identification of Barriers to Human iPSC Generation Han Qin 9, Aaron Diaz 9, Laure Blouin , Robert Jan Lebbink 7, Weronika Patena , Priscilia Tanbun , Emily M. LeProust , Michael T. McManus 10, Jun S. Song DOI: … Continue reading

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[GRG] Healthy lifestyle buffers stress-related cell aging

http://ift.tt/1rWv0PH Contact: Juliana Bunim juliana.bunim@ucsf.edu 415-502-6397 University of California – San Francisco Healthy lifestyle may buffer against stress-related cell aging, study says UC San Francisco study suggests healthy diet, sleep and exercise can mitigate negative impacts of stress A new … Continue reading

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[GRG] Meeting in Toronto (Canada)?

Dear Colleagues, We wonder whether there are members of this GRG group, who are located in Toronto (Canada), or nearby? Recently we were invited to give two keynote presentations there: http://ift.tt/1oDBZvY would be delighted to use this wonderful opportunity to … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] NIH Spends ~$6K per Capita per Year in Research Dollars for the Top Ten Causes of Death

The NIH budget it not $6k per capita per year, but rather just $80 a year. The $6K a year is what we spend on US medical care based on the $80 in gov research. And a little more than … Continue reading

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[GRG] Glia-Derived Stem Cells Form Teeth

http://ift.tt/1oCAy0H glia-derived-stem-cells/81250160/ Jul 28, 2014 Teeth Sprout from Glia-Derived Stem Cells Kevin Mayer The soft, living part of the tooth—tooth pulp—is known to contain a small reserve of stem cells. These stem cells, scientists agree, can help repair damaged teeth, … Continue reading

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