A recent discovery has identified the cellular mechanism responsible for chronic, age-related inflammation as a change in the architecture of the cell.
Research by Samuel Beck, Ph.D., links age-related chronic inflammation with disruption of chromatin architecture.
MDIBL receives new grant to promote the shift to cloud computing among Maine INBRE undergraduates and researchers.
Aric N. Rogers, Ph.D., discovers that muscle may be a protected tissue under conditions of dietary restriction (DR).
Genes lacking a particular structure known as CpG islands tend to go haywire in older cells, a study finds, potentially contributing to key facets of aging. But it’s not yet clear if the relationship is causal.
Research by Sam Beck, Ph.D., finds age-related gene misregulation could create an inflammatory milieu that contributes to Alzheimer's disease risk