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Rejuvenation Research


Title Abbreviation
Rejuvenation Res
ISSN
1549-1684
Electronic ISSN
1557-8577
Readership
Cell Biologists, Geriatricians, Gerontologists, Molecular Biologists, Physiologists, Researchers, Vascular Medicine Specialists
Scope
Rejuvenation Research publishes cutting-edge, peer-reviewed research on rejuvenation therapies in the laboratory and the clinic. The Journal focuses on key explorations and advances that may ultimately contribute to slowing or reversing the aging process, and covers topics such as cardiovascular aging, DNA damage and repair, cloning, and cell immortalization and senescence. Rejuvenation Research coverage includes: Cell immortalization and senescence; Pluripotent stem cells; DNA damage/repair; Gene targeting, gene therapy, and genomics; Growth factors and nutrient supply/sensing; Immunosenescence; Comparative biology of aging; Tissue engineering; Late-life pathologies (cardiovascular, neurodegenerative and others); Public policy and social context.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
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