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Modulation of the ageing process

Abstract
Ageing, Physical Exercise, Food Restriction, Obesity, Brain, Growzh Factors, Neoplasm, Degeneration, Immun System
Project leader
Skalicky Monika
Duration
10.11.97-31.12.03
Type of Research
Basic research
Vetmed Research Units
Institute of Physiology, Pathohysiology and Biophysics, Unit of Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Experimental Endocrinology
Funded by
15 Publications

Hofecker, G (2007): Methods to Determine the Maximum Human Vitality Potential. 49° Congreso de la Sociedad Espanola de Geriatria y Gerontologia; 06.-09.06.2007; Palma de Mallorca, Spanien. 2007.

Hofecker, G; Strasser, A (2006): Xenogenic umbilical cord matrix improves survival of old rats and leukemic mice und induces poliferation and cell death in murine lymphoma cells (YAC-1). 12th Congress of the International Association of Biomedical Gerontology (IABG), Spetses/Griechenland, 20.-24.05.2007. 12th Congress of the International Association of Biomedical Gerontology (IABG), Spetses/Griechenland, 20.-24.05.2007.

Hofecker, G (2006): Die Bedeutung der Experimentellen Gerontologie für die Klinische Geriatrie. Geriatrieseminar der Österr. Ärztekammer, Graz, Austria, 10.-11.11.2006. Geriatrieseminar der Österr. Ärztekammer, Graz, 10.-11.11.2006.

Hofecker, G; Bachler, B; Bauer, E; Walter, I; Martinek, P (2006): Revitalization by Xenogenic Fetal Material: Rodent and YAC-1 Cell Studies. 11. Jahrestagung der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Cytobiologische Therapien e.V., Heidelberg, 03.-05.11.2006. 11. Jahrestagung der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Cytobiologische Therapien e.V., Heidelberg, 03.-05.11.2006.

Strasser, A; Dedoyard, A; Lohninger, A; Niedermüller, H (2006): L-Carnitine L-tartrate (LCLT) and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) affect red and white blood cells in aged Sprague-Dawley rats. Arch Gerontol Geriatr. 2006; 44(3):325-336

Skalicky, M (2004): Physical exercise and food restriction influence the ageing of rats. 17th Nordiska Kongressen I Gerontologi, Stockholm, 23.-26.Mai 2004 . 17th Nordiska Kongressen I Gerontologi, Stockholm, 23.-26.Mai 2004 .

Viidik, A; Skalicky, M (2003): Voluntary exercise and mild food restriction effectively retard the collagen biomarker of aging. Aging Clin Exp Res. 2003; 15(6):475-481

Skalicky, M (2002): Benefits of exercise and food restriction. 16. Nordiske Kongres I Gerontologi, Aarhus, 25-28.5. 2002. 16. Nordiske Kongres I Gerontologi, Aarhus, 25-28.5. 2002.

Sames, K; Halata, Z; Niedermüller, H; Asmus, B (2002): Age related changes of muscle spindles in the rat hind limb. Lectin-histochemical and proteoglycan-immunohistochemical findings. 13th Wiener Symposium on Experimental Gerontology, Wien, Austria, 26.-27.4.2002. 13th Wiener Symposium on Experimental Gerontology, Wien, 26.-27.4.2002.

Gesselbauer, E; Skalicky, M; Viidik, A; Strasser, A (2002): Der Einfluß von Training und Futterreduktion auf das Altern der Ratte: Spontanaktivität. 15. Tagung der Fachgruppen Physiologie und Biochemie der DVG, Wien, Austria, 27.2.-1.3.2002. 15. Tagung der Fachgruppen Physiologie und Biochemie der DVG, Wien, 27.2.-1.3.2002.

Gesslbauer, E (2002): Der Einfluss von lebenslangem körperlichen Training bzw. Futterrestriktion auf das Verhalten im Openfield und auf krankhafte Veränderungen der Organe bei männlichen Sprague-Dawley-Ratten. Dissertation, Vet. Med. Univ. Wien, pp. 150.

Novelli, M; Pocai, A; Skalicky, M; Viidik, A; Ergamini, E; Masiello, P (2002): Voluntary and forced exercises influence muscle triglyceride content and circulating free fatty acids in ageing rats. Biogerontology (3), Suppl. 1 82.

Viidik, A; Skalicky, M (2001): Modulation of Ageing: Physical Exercise, Nutrition and Longevity. 1st F.I.R.I. Meeting , Pisa, 27.-29.7.2001. 1st F.I.R.I. Meeting , Pisa, 27.-29.7.2001.

Skalicky, M; Narath, E; Viidik, A (2001): Housing conditions influence the survival and body composition of ageing rats. Exp Gerontol. 2001; 36(1):159-170

Narath, E; Skalicky, M; Viidik, A (2001): Voluntary and forced exercise influence the survival and body composition of ageing male rats differently. Exp Gerontol. 2001; 36(10):1699-1711

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