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Published by MSS Information Corp. in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Aging -- Immunological aspects,
  • Immunity,
  • Aging -- Collected works,
  • Immunity -- In old age -- Collected works

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Statementby R. L. Walford, ... et al.
ContributionsWalford, Roy L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP86 .R43 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination152 p.
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5293299M
LC Control Number72013837

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“The medical community is still trying to determine exactly how and why immunity decreases with age,” says Kira Rubtsova, PhD. Rubtsova is an immunity researcher at National Jewish Health in Author: Camille Noe Pagán. Mar 01,  · Rejuvenating the aging immune system. The ultimate goal of research in immune system aging is to use the information to develop strategies to stimulate immunity in the elderly (summarized in Table Table1). 1). As discussed above, a number of molecules have been identified whose aberrant expression contributes to aging, and targeting these Cited by: Exploring all aspects of ageing from an immunological point of view, Immunity & Ageing is an open access journal with global readership, offering rapid, rigorous peer review by a world-leading Editorial Board. As the only journal specializing in this increasingly important area, Immunity & Ageing is the leading forum for advances in the field and regularly provides critical reviews in key. "This book is one of the first attempts in introducing and discussing the role of microflora in relation to human aging. The book compiles 14 chapters covering a wide range of topics from the basic biology of aging to infections, immunity and the decomposition of the dead body. Author: Steven L. Percival.

AGING CHANGES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. As you grow older, your immune system does not work as well. The following immune system changes may occur: The immune system becomes slower to respond. This increases your risk of getting sick. Flu shots or other vaccines may not work as well or protect you for as long as expected. Immunity & Ageing is a new Open Access, peer reviewed journal that aims to provide a forum for articles examining ageing from an immunological point of view.. During the past century, humans have gained more years of average life expectancy than in the last 10, years; we are now living in a Cited by: This volume provides readers with a systematic assessment of current literature on the link between nutrition and immunity. Chapters cover immunonutrition topics such as child development, cancer, aging, allergic asthma, food intolerance, obesity, and chronic critical illness. Aging and Immunity: The Important Role of Vaccines 2 Objectives Immunosenescence, also known as age-related decline in immunity, significantly contributes to the susceptibility of older adults to serious, vaccine-preventable condi -.

Nabil Bosco, in Immunity and Inflammation in Health and Disease, Thymic Involution. One of the major features characterizing the aging of the immune system is the slow shrinking of the thymus with age or thymic involution, which significantly starts at the third decade of life and alters the daily number of naïve T-cells generated. Apr 15,  · Aging and immune system 1. Aging and immune system Eman yousssif 2. The content Aging changes in immunity Effects of aging on immune system development 3. Aging changes in immunity As you grow older, your immune system changes and does not work as well: It is slower to respond. This increases risk of getting sick. Start studying BIOL Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The immunological theory of aging asserts that the process of human aging is a mild and generalized form of a prolonged autoimmune phenomenon. In other words, aging—which involves a highly complex series of processes—is suspected to be largely controlled by the immune system.