If you are looking for an accessible description of SENS research, our Co-founder, Dr Aubrey de Grey, together with co-author Michael Rae, has written a book entitled Ending Aging. The book speaks to a broad audience, but it does so without ‘dumbing down’ the science at all. It is the ideal resource for either the biologist or the non-biologist, whether encountering SENS for the first time or wishing to absorb more of its details. Copies are available from your local bookstore or from Amazon.com. The details are: de Grey ADNJ, Rae M. Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs That Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 2007, 416pp, hardcover, ISBN 0-312-36706-6; or there is a paperback edition with an additional chapter covering more recent developments, ISBN 0-312-36707-4. Thanks to narrator Stephanie Murphy, there’s now even an audiobook version!
The following list of publications presents work which was funded in whole or in part by SENS Research Foundation.
Kim K, Admasu TD, Stolzing A, Sharma A. Enhanced co-culture and enrichment of human natural killer cells for the selective clearance of senescent cells. Aging (Albany NY). 2022 Mar 4;14(undefined). doi: 10.18632/aging.203931. Online ahead of print. PubMed: 35245208
Saravanan S, Lewis CJ, Dixit B, O’Connor MS, Stolzing A, Boominathan A. The Mitochondrial Genome in Aging and Disease and the Future of Mitochondrial Therapeutics. Biomedicines. 2022 Feb 18;10(2):490. doi: 10.3390/biomedicines10020490. PubMed: 35203698
Prior to the establishment of SENS Research Foundation as an independent non-profit in 2009, research into SENS was supported by the Methuselah Foundation.
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