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Inflammatory markers in population studies of aging

Inflammatory markers in population studies of aging,10.1016/j.arr.2010.11.002,Ageing Research Reviews,Tushar Singh,Anne B. Newman

Inflammatory markers in population studies of aging   (Citations: 6)
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PurposeTo review findings from major epidemiologic studies regarding risk factors for and consequences of elevated markers of inflammation in older adults.
Journal: Ageing Research Reviews - AGEING RES REV , vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 319-329, 2011
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    • ...These increases, in particular that of IL-6, correlate with and may even contribute to increased risk for incident disease, disability (including declines in hand grip strength) and mortality [32,33]...
    • ...We also examined IL-6, a proteic cytokine with both pro- and anti-inflammatory properties (IL-6) [34], that did not increase in our prior studies examining young repetitive task rats but that is known to increase as a consequence of aging [32]...
    • ...Inflammatory cytokines and aging Even though the effects of aging on the levels of inflammatory cytokines have some inconsistent results [38], a wealth of data indicates that tissue and serum levels for several inflammatory cytokines, IL-a or b ,I L-6, IFN-g and TNF-a, increase with age [28-33,39-44]...
    • ...Inflammatory cytokines, repetitive motion tasks and aging Although we discussed in the previous section that there is a general increase of inflammatory cytokines with aging, in young individuals, increases of serum inflammatory cytokines are typically associated with physiological stress [32]...
    • ...Interestingly, a number of studies suggest that high levels of proinflammatory cytokines may contribute to an acceleration of sarcopenia (a loss of muscle with age), fragility and other types of tissue catabolism [32,33,42,45]...

    Doug L. Xinet al. Aging enhances serum cytokine response but not task-induced grip stren...

    • ...Classical inflammatory mediators such as interleukin (IL)-1, IL-6, tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-α, and reactant C-reactive protein (CRP) have been associated with age-related maladies including physical/cognitive disability ...

    Abbe N. Vallejoet al. NK-Like T Cells and Plasma Cytokines, but Not Anti-Viral Serology, Def...

    • ...CCN1 up-regulates IL-1β and IL-6 in human skin dermal fibroblasts, as observed in human skin in vivo It has been proposed that low grade chronic elevation of proinflammatory cytokines can be a driving force for the aging process (Franceschi et al. 2007; Goto 2008; Maggio et al. 2006; Singh and Newman 2011)...
    • ...It has been proposed that low grade chronic elevation of proinflammatory mediators can be a driving force for aging progression (Franceschi et al. 2007; Goto 2008; Maggio et al. 2006; Singh and Newman 2011)...

    Taihao Quanet al. CCN1 contributes to skin connective tissue aging by inducing age-assoc...

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