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Differences in Functional Fitness Among Older Adults With and Without Risk of Falling

Zhao Y, Chung PK

PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify the differences in functional fitness between older adults who were at risk of falling and those who were not. METHODS: A total of 104 older...
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Population-Stratified Analysis of Bone Mineral Density Distribution in Cervical and Lumbar Vertebrae of Chinese from Quantitative Computed Tomography

Zhang Y, Zhou Z, Wu C, Zhao D, Wang C, Cheng X, Cai W, Wang L, Duanmu Y, Zhang C, Tian W

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the bone mineral density (BMD) of cervical vertebrae in a population-stratified manner and correlate with that of the lumbar vertebrae. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Five hundred and ninety-eight healthy...
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Relationship between Expectations Regarding Aging and Physical Activity among Middle Aged Adults in Urban Areas: Based on the Pender's Health Promotion Model

Cho SH, Choi M, Lee J, Cho H

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to measure the level of expectations regarding aging (ERA) and identify relationship between ERA and physical activity of middle aged adults. METHODS: Participants were...
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The Role of Foxo3 in Leydig Cells

Choi YS, Song JE, Kong BS, Hong JW, Novelli S, Lee EJ

PURPOSE: Foxo3 in female reproduction has been reported to regulate proliferation of granulose cells that form follicles. There are no reports so far that discuss on the role of Foxo3...
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Men's Health Index: A Pragmatic Approach to Stratifying and Optimizing Men's Health

Tan HM, Tan WP, Wong JH, Ho CC, Teo CH, Ng CJ

PURPOSE: The proposed Men's Health Index (MHI) aims to provide a practical and systematic framework for comprehensively assessing and stratifying older men with the intention of optimising their health and...
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Changes of Ocular Version with Aging in Normal Korean Population

Kang NY

The purpose of this study is to estimate normative values of maximum versions in healthy Koreans and investigate age-associated changes in eye movement, using lateral and vertical version light-reflex (LVR)...
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Influence of Gender on Serum Growth Hormone, Insulin-Like Growth Factor-I and Its Binding Protein-3 during Aging

Lin CM, Huang YL, Lin ZY

PURPOSE: The serum concentrations of insulin-like growth factors-I (IGF-I), insulin-like growth factor binding protein-3 (IGFBP-3) and growth hormone (GH) are related to body composition, function and metabolism, and are influenced...
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Hormone-Dependent Aging Problems in Women

Jung BH, Jeon MJ, Bai SW

One of the major social issues nowadays is the aging society. Korea is already an aging society, and 63 cities and districts are ultra-aged societies where the rate of people...
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The expression and localization of inhibin isotypes in mouse testis during postnatal development

Kim Y, Kim JS, Song MS, Seo HS, Kim JC, Bae CS, Kim S, Shin T, Kim SH, Moon C

Inhibin, which is important for normal gonadal function, acts on the pituitary gonadotropins to suppress folliclestimulating hormone (FSH) secretion. The level and cellular localization of the inhibin isotypes, alpha, beta(A)...
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Aging impairs insulin-stimulated glucose uptake in rat skeletal muscle via suppressing AMPKalpha

Qiang W, Weiqiang K, Qing Z, Pengju Z, Yi L

  • KMID: 756077
  • Exp Mol Med.
  • 2007 Aug;39(4):535-543.
Insufficient intracellular fat oxidation is an important contributor to aging-related insulin resistance, while the precise mechanism underlying is unclear. AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) is an important regulator of intracellular fat...
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Decreased expression of DNA repair proteins Ku70 and Mre11 is associated with aging and may contribute to the cellular senescence

Ju YJ, Lee KH, Park JE, Yi YS, Yun MY, Ham YH, Kim TJ, Choi HM, Han GJ, Lee JH, Lee J, Han JS, Lee KM, Park GH

  • KMID: 1115947
  • Exp Mol Med.
  • 2006 Dec;38(6):686-693.
The gradual loss of telomeric DNA can contribute to replicative senescence and thus, having longer telomeric DNA is generally considered to provide a longer lifespan. Maintenance and stabilization of telomeric...
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Change of Stereoacuity with Aging in Normal Eyes

Lee SY, Koo NK

PURPOSE: Stereopsis in normal subjects aged between 7 and 76 years was compared to examine changes in stereopsis with age. METHODS: Eighty subjects with no ocular disease were divided into...
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Mouse models for telomere and telomerase biology

Cheong C, Hong KU, Lee HW

  • KMID: 1094694
  • Exp Mol Med.
  • 2003 Jun;35(3):141-153.
Telomeres serve a critical role in maintenance of genomic stability in all eukaryotes, from yeast to human. The maintenance of telomeres is achieved by the telomerase complex, which is largely...
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Complications of Brucellosis in Different Age Groups: A Study of 283 Cases in Southeastern Anatolia of Turkey

Gur A, Geyik MF, Dikici B, Nas K, Cevik R, Sarac J, Hosoglu S

We carried out a retrospective analysis of 283 patients diagnosed with brucellosis in our hospital, which serves almost 5.5 million inhabitants in Southeastern Anatolia in Turkey. Our study focuses on...
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Effects of ageing and arthritic disease on nitric oxide production by human articular chondrocytes

Min BH, Kim HJ, Lim HJ, Park CS, Park SR

  • KMID: 1457545
  • Exp Mol Med.
  • 2001 Dec;33(4):299-302.
Nitric oxide (NO) has been considered as an important mediator in inflammatory phases and in loss of cartilage. In inflammatory arthritis, NO levels are correlated with disease activity and articular...
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Relationships Among Self-Concept, Perception of Aging, and Physical Aging

Lee YH, Kirn MS, Choi YH

  • KMID: 1401889
  • J Nurs Acad Soc.
  • 1988 Dec;18(3):269-280.
Although everyone grows old, perception about the aging process and aging as measured physiologically vary widely. Perceptions of aging have psychologically influence on pysical aging. This study was to...
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