I look forward to the day when he
decides to publish the list as an open, maintained project with
pull requests, so that it can be validated, improved, and more
widely used as a resource – e.g. it would make a good addition to
the public databases at senescence.info – but this doesn’t seem
terribly likely to happen based on past remarks.
On 03/15/2015 05:52 AM, V Ts wrote:
Is your spreadsheet of lifespan experiments publicly available?
2015-03-15 2:20 GMT+03:00 Kingsley G. Morse Jr. :
I’ve been following the interest in
dasatinib and quercetin.
Maybe you remember I maintain the world’s biggest
spread sheet of lifespan experiments.
It’s easy for me to look up lifespan studies.
Unfortunately, I’m aware of none on dasatinib, and
only two of quercetin in mammals.
They were mice of the LACA strain.
They were evidently given 10 mg/day of quercetin, and
died about 10% sooner.
I hope that helps,