Publication Title: 
Molecular Vision

PURPOSE: Human eye lenses contain cells that persist from embryonic development. These unique, highly specialized fiber cells located at the core (nucleus) of the lens undergo pseudo-apoptosis to become devoid of cell nuclei and most organelles. Ostensibly lacking in protein transcriptional capabilities, it is currently believed that these nuclear fiber cells owe their extreme longevity to the perseverance of highly stable and densely packed crystallin proteins.

Stewart, Daniel N.
Lango, Jozsef
Nambiar, Krishnan P.
Falso, Miranda J. S.
FitzGerald, Paul G.
Rocke, David M.
Hammock, Bruce D.
Buchholz, Bruce A.
Publication Title: 
Psychiatric Research Reports
Shock, N. W.
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Despite all that has been written, little evidence supports the notion that the American diet for the elderly needs major modifications (table 3). Particularly in counseling and assessing the elderly, physicians must keep in mind that whatever technique older patients used to reach their present age is probably better than what we can recommend.

Freedman, M. L.
Ahronheim, J. C.
Publication Title: 
Nihon Aruk?ru Yakubutsu Igakkai Zasshi = Japanese Journal of Alcohol Studies & Drug Dependence
Sato, Nobuhiro
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PloS One

Few time series of deep-sea systems exist from which the factors affecting abyssal fish populations can be evaluated. Previous analysis showed an increase in grenadier abundance, in the eastern North Pacific, which lagged epibenthic megafaunal abundance, mostly echinoderms, by 9-20 months. Subsequent diet studies suggested that carrion is the grenadier's most important food. Our goal was to evaluate if changes in carrion supply might drive the temporal changes in grenadier abundance.

Drazen, Jeffrey C.
Bailey, David M.
Ruhl, Henry A.
Smith, Kenneth L.
Publication Title: 
PloS One

Rhodiola rosea has been extensively used to improve physical and mental performance and to protect against stress. We, and others, have reported that R. rosea can extend lifespan in flies, worms, and yeast. However, its molecular mechanism is currently unknown. Here, we tested whether R. rosea might act through a pathway related to dietary restriction (DR) that can extend lifespan in a range of model organisms.

Schriner, Samuel E.
Lee, Kevin
Truong, Stephanie
Salvadora, Kathyrn T.
Maler, Steven
Nam, Alexander
Lee, Thomas
Jafari, Mahtab
Publication Title: 
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New York, N.Y.)

OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to experimentally determine whether an unimprinted intention host device (IHD), electrically activated in the near presence of the Maitreya Buddhist relics for about 72 hours (3 nights), could be imprinted by its loving kindness essence into the IHD. This will be referred to as a "first-degree relic IHD." DESIGN: This first-degree relic IHD was placed in an unused, unconditioned room in a Scottsdale, AZ home in the presence of a water vessel (pH ~ 5.6) being continuously monitored via a pH-sensor system that was computer recorded.

Tiller, William A.
Tiller, Jean E.
Dibble, Walter E.
Manek, Raj
Manek, Nisha
Publication Title: 
Journal of Applied Physiology
Hulet, W. H.
Shapiro, T.
Schwarcz, B. E.
Smith, H. W.
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Psychosomatic Medicine
Barber, T. X.
Chauncey, H. H.
Winer, R. A.
Publication Title: 
Psychological Review
Hilgard, E. R.


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