Macromolecular Changes in the Aging Brain
Several studies suggest that a decline in transcriptional and translational events may play a crucial role in the molecular mechanism underlying the aging process (for a review see Giuffrida and Lajtha, 1987).
KeywordsCerebral Cortex Mitochondrial Protein Protein Composition Incorporation Rate Protein Synthesis Rate
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