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Diet, sulphur amino acids, and health span : Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science Symposium 2015 / [edited by Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences editorial staff].

Biennial Symposium of the Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science (2nd : 2015 : Tarrytown, N.Y.) [Browse]
  • Hoboken, NJ : Published on behalf of the New York Academy of Sciences by Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., a Wiley Company, [2016]
  • ©2016
1 online resource (177 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; v. 1363. [More in this series]
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1749-6632 ; v. 1363, issue 1
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"Throughout evolution, humans have experienced a series of natural selections, which have included a physiological resistance during seasonal food shortages or unpredictable feast&famine cycles. Therefore, the capacity for surviving starvation has been proposed to play a role in human evolution. There are benefits to health that are associated with a lifestyle of sustained mild starvation. For example, dietary caloric restriction (CR) has been shown to slow aging, increase life span, and maintain health, function, and vitality. Benefits to metabolism and health have also been shown for specific amino acid restriction, for example, restriction of the sulfur amino acid methionine. To provide an opportunity for leaders in the field of aging and dietary restriction to share current research and plan future investigations, the Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science (OFAS) sponsored the symposium Diet, Sulfur Amino Acids, and Healthspan, on September 21 and 22, 2015, in Tarrytown, New York. This Annals volume presents a collection of papers stemming from this symposium, exploring the effects of dietary and sulfur amino acid restriction on health span, aging, and disease progression, from the molecular to the phylogenic level."--Publisher's description.
"This collection of papers was invited from speakers at the second biennial symposium of the Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science, Inc. (OFAS), “Diet, Sulfur Amino Acids, and Healthspan,” held in Tarrytown, New York, September 20&22, 2015."
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Manipulation of health span and function by dietary caloric restriction mimetics / George S. Roth and Donald K. Ingram -- Significant life extension by ten percent dietary restriction / Arlan Richardson, Steven N. Austad, Yuji Ikeno, Archana Unnikrishnan and Roger J. McCarter -- Sulfur amino acids and atherosclerosis: a role for excess dietary methionine / Jacob Selhub and Aron M. Troen -- Dietary restrictions, bone density, and bone quality / Tsang-hai Huang and Gene P. Ables -- Reduced growth hormone signaling and methionine restriction: interventions that improve metabolic health and extend life span / Holly M. Brown-Borg -- Molecular correlates of fat mass expansion in C57BL/6J mice after short-term exposure to dietary fat / Rea P. Anunciado-Koza, Justin Manuel and Robert A. Koza -- Methionine restriction fundamentally supports health by tightening epithelial barriers / James M. Mullin, Sonja M. Skrovanek, Arivudainambi Ramalingam, Katherine M. DiGuilio and Mary C. Valenzano -- Methionine restriction beyond life-span extension / Gene P. Ables, Julie R. Hens and Sailendra N. Nichenametla -- The effect of dietary modulation of sulfur amino acids on cystathionine [beta] synthase&deficient mice / Warren D. Kruger and Sapna Gupta -- One-carbon metabolism and epigenetics: understanding the specificity / Samantha J. Mentch and Jason W. Locasale -- Effects of a block in cysteine catabolism on energy balance and fat metabolism in mice / Julie Niewiadomski, James Q. Zhou, Heather B. Roman, Xiaojing Liu, Lawrence L. Hirschberger, Jason W. Locasale and Martha H. Stipanuk -- Methionine restriction and life-span control / Byung Cheon Lee, Alaattin Kaya and Vadim N. Gladyshev& -- Prostaglandin J2: a potential target for halting inflammation-induced neurodegeneration / Maria E. Figueiredo-Pereira, Chuhyon Corwin and John Babich -- Atherogenesis: hyperhomocysteinemia interactions with LDL, macrophage function, paraoxonase 1, and exercise / Ilya Chernyavskiy, Sudhakar Veeranki, Utpal Sen and Suresh C. Tyagi -- From yeast to human: exploring the comparative biology of methionine restriction in extending eukaryotic life span / R. Scott McIsaac, Kaitlyn N. Lewis, Patrick A. Gibney and Rochelle Buffenstein.
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