Theories of Aging -- JTB Special Issue on Aging

Leonid Gavrilov lagavril at midway.uchicago.edu
Thu Jan 3 21:21:06 EST 2002


Dear Colleagues,

May I bring to your attention the recent Special Issue of the Journal of 
Theoretical Biology, which is specifically focused on aging theories:

Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2001, 213(4): December 21 Issue.
Full text of this Special Issue is available at:
http://www.idealibrary.com/links/toc/jtbi/213/4/0
http://www.idealibrary.com/links/toc/jtbi/latest

In This Issue:

    Preface
    Integrative Approaches to Aging Biological Systems
    S. MICHAL JAZWINSKI
    pp. 
505-507

    Regular Articles
    Modelling Perspectives on Aging: Can Mathematics Help us Stay Young?
    LEAH EDELSTEIN-KESHET, ALIZA ISRAEL, PETER LANSDORP
    pp. 
509-525

    The Reliability Theory of Aging and Longevity
    LEONID A. GAVRILOV, NATALIA S. GAVRILOVA
    pp. 527-545

    An Application of a General Branching Process in the Study of the Genetics
    of Aging
    PETER OLOFSSON, OTTO SCHWALB, RANAJIT CHAKRABORTY, MAREK
    KIMMEL
    pp. 
547-557

    Complex Adaptive Systems, Aging and Longevity
    MARC MANGEL
    pp. 
559-571

    A Stochastic Model of Cell Replicative Senescence Based on Telomere
    Shortening, Oxidative Stress, and Somatic Mutations in Nuclear and
    Mitochondrial DNA
    PETER D. SOZOU, THOMAS B. L. KIRKWOOD
    pp. 573-586

    A Stochastic Model for CD8+T Cell Dynamics in Human Immunosenescence:
    Implications for Survival and Longevity
    F. LUCIANI, S. VALENSIN, R. VESCOVINI, P. SANSONI, F. FAGNONI, C.
    FRANCESCHI, M. BONAFÈ, G. TURCHETTI
    pp. 
587-597

    Profiles of Random Change During Aging Contain Hidden Information about
    Longevity and the Aging Process
    S. MICHAL JAZWINSKI, JAROSLAW WAWRYN
    pp. 599-608

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