This searchable list includes the abstracts of all presentations given at a conference organised as part of the SENS series. We regret that the videos recorded at SENS3 and SENS4 are currently unavailable.
A number of genes and molecular pathways have been linked to the aging process in lower organisms such as fruit flies, worms, and mammals. Common among these observations is the idea that oxidative stress and altered handling of reactive oxygen species (ROS) may be critical components of aging. Reactive oxygen species (ROS), generated by normal metabolism of oxygen in cells, are clearly important for normal cellular function and physiology, but can also be toxic, a two-faced ÒJanusÓ of cell biology.Keywords: , , , ,