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Aging in Non-Human Primates

Edited By: JM Erwin and PR Hof
239 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: S Karger
Aging in Non-Human Primates
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Topics include brain aging and neurodegenerative diseases, social behaviour, cognition and aging, skeletal aging in natural and captive conditions, and consequences of caloric restriction for life and health extension.


One Gerontology, Advancing Understanding of Aging through Studies of Great Apes and Other Primates, Erwin, J.M., Hof, P.R., Ely, J.J., Perl, D.P.; Skeletal and Dental Evidence of Aging in Captive Western Lowland Gorillas, A Preliminary Report, Nichols, K.A., Zihlmann, A.L.; Skeletal Aging in Macaque Monkeys, Colman, R.J., Binkley, N.; Getting Old at Gombe, Skeletal Aging in Wild-Ranging Chimpanzees, Morbeck, M.E., Galloway, A., Sumner, D.R.; Nutritional Modulation of Aging by Caloric Restriction, Mattison, J.A., Ingram, D.K., Roth, G.S., Lane, M.A.; Methodological Considerations when Studying the Aging Process in the Nonhuman Primate Brain, Keuker, J.I.H., Michaelis, T., de Biurrun, G., Luiten, P.G.M., Witter, M.P., Fuchs, E.; Nigrostriatal Function in Aged Nonhuman Primates, Emborg, M.E., Kordower, J.H.; The Brain of the Aging Baboon, A Nonhuman Primate Model for Neuronal and Glial Tau Pathology, Schultz, C., del Tredici, K., Rub, U., Braak, E., Hubbard, G.B., Braak, H.; Comparative Neuropathology of Brain Aging in Primates, Hof, P.R., Gilissen, E.P., Sherwood, C.C., Duan, H., Lee, P.W.H., Delman, B.N., Naidich, T.P., Gannon, P.J., Perl, D.P., Erwin, J.M.; The Aged Rhesus Macaque in Neuroscience Research, Importance of the Nonhuman Primate Model, Roberts, J.A.; The Rhesus Monkey Model as a Heuristic Resource in Cognitive Aging Research, Herndon, J.G., Lacreuse, A.; Comparative Models of Cognitive Decline in Aging Great Apes, Corr, J.A., Martin, L.J., Boysen, S.T.; The Behavior of Aged Great Apes, Tarou, L.R., Bloomsmith, M.A., Hoff, M.P., Erwin, J.M., Maple, T.L.

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Edited By: JM Erwin and PR Hof
239 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: S Karger
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