Biomedical Advances in Aging

  • Allan L. Goldstein
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Molecular Biology, Virology, and Genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. D. Carleton Gajdusek, C. Joseph Gibbs Jr.
      Pages 3-24
    3. Ruth Gabizon, Michael P. McKinley, Darlene Groth, Stanley B. Prusiner
      Pages 25-37
    4. J. A. Hardy, M. J. Owen, A. M. Goate, L. A. James, A. R. Haynes, R. Williamson et al.
      Pages 39-42
    5. George G. Glenner
      Pages 51-62
    6. Huntington Potter, Carmela R. Abraham
      Pages 75-88
    7. Giancarlo Savorani, Gabriele Sarti, Afro Salsi, Francesco Cavazzuti, Lucio Zanichelli, Giuseppe Tucci et al.
      Pages 125-133
  3. Metabolic, Membrane, and Cellular Markers and Models

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 135-135
    2. Jacob A. Brody
      Pages 137-142
    3. Robert M. Schmidt, Meiwen Wu, George Z. Williams
      Pages 163-172
    4. Carlo Vergani, Patrizia Stefanoni, Monica Grazioli, Marigrazia Clerici
      Pages 173-179
    5. Tamàs Fülöp Jr., Zsuzsa Varga, Jozsef Csongor, Andràs Leovey, Gabriella Foris, Marie-Paule Jacob et al.
      Pages 187-194
    6. Peter J. Mayer, Christopher S. Lange, Matthews O. Bradley, Warren W. Nichols
      Pages 195-206
    7. Hal Sternberg, Paul E. Segall, Harold Waitz, Avi Ben-Abraham
      Pages 207-220
    8. Zsuzsa Varga, Gabriella Foris, Sàndor Szucs, Tamàs Fülöp Jr., Andràs Leovey
      Pages 221-228
  4. Role of Nutritional, Dietary, and Immune Factors in the Pathogenesis of Aging

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 247-247
    2. David Kritchevsky
      Pages 249-257
    3. Mohammad A. Pahlavani, H. Tak Cheung, Nian-Sheng Cai, Arlan Richardson
      Pages 259-270
    4. Nicola Fabris, Eugenio Mocchegiani, Mario Muzzioli, Mauro Provinciali
      Pages 271-281
    5. Barbara J. Davis, Robert W. Hamill, Thomas H. McNeill, Elaine Bresnahan, Donald K. Ingram
      Pages 283-290
    6. Patricia D. Wilson, Mark A. Dillingham, Robert J. Anderson
      Pages 291-296
    7. Peter Weisweiler
      Pages 297-302
    8. Erminia Mariani, Patrizia Roda, Adriana Rita Mariani, Marco Vitale, Alberto Degrassi, Stefano Papa et al.
      Pages 303-311
    9. Richard Weindruch
      Pages 313-317
    10. E. Kenedi, D. Mendelsohn
      Pages 319-329
    11. George A. Clark, Nicholas R. Hall, Carolyn M. Aldwin, Allan L. Goldstein, R. Clayton Steiner
      Pages 331-346
  5. Immunological Components and Immunoregulation in Aging

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 347-347
    2. Norman R. Klinman, Sylvia C. Riley, Dorith Zharhary, Barbara G. Froscher, Gordon D. Powers, Phyllis-Jean Linton
      Pages 349-353
    3. G. N. Abraham, A. Perl, P. D. Gorevic, J. M. Williams, G. Jones, R. A. Kyle
      Pages 355-362
    4. A. Globerson, R. Eren, L. Abel, D. Ben-Menahem
      Pages 363-373
    5. Katsuiku Hirokawa, Masanori Utsuyama, Michiyuki Kasai
      Pages 375-384
    6. Gino Doria, Camillo Mancini, Daniela Frasca
      Pages 385-390
    7. Julia W. Albright, Joseph F. Albright
      Pages 391-400
    8. Marc E. Weksler, Young Tai Kim, Gregory W. Siskind, Rise Schwab
      Pages 401-403
    9. Rajabather Krishnaraj
      Pages 405-412
    10. Edmond A. Goidl, Susan J. Martin McEvoy, Francisco A. Bonilla, Azad Kaushik, Constantin A. Bona
      Pages 413-424
  6. The Brain, Neuroendocrine Circuits, Pathology, and Plasticity

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 433-433
    2. Marian C. Diamond
      Pages 441-449
    3. Donald K. Ingram
      Pages 451-467

About these proceedings


The VIIIth Annual International Spring Symposium on Health Sciences held at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., attracted over three hun­ dred fifty scientists from twenty-five countries. The leading scientific experts in the field reported on recent biomedical advances in aging. They provided an up-to-date account of the molecular, genetic, nutritional, and immunological mechanisms associated with the aging process and approaches to intervention and treatment of the major disorders associated with the aging process, including Alzheimer's disease. A unique aspect of this meeting was a concurrent one-day hearing of the U.S. Senate Sub-Committee on Aging, organized by the Alliance for Aging Research. The theme for the hearing was "Advances in Aging Research." Seven scientists attending our aging sym­ posium were asked to testify. They were Drs. Carl Cotman (University of California-Irvine), Trudy Bush (Johns Hopkins University), Takashi Makinodan (University of California-Los Angeles), William Ershler (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Gino Doria (ENEA, Rome), Mr. Dan Perry (Director of the Alliance for Aging Research), and myself.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Allan L. Goldstein
    • 1
  1. 1.The George Washington University Medical CenterUSA

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
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  • Print ISBN 978-1-4612-7844-3
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4613-0513-2
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