Büşra Nur Dal1, İlknur Altuntaş1, Oytun Erbaş1

1ERBAS Institute of Experimental Medicine, Illinois, USA & Gebze, Türkiye

Keywords: Aging, anti-aging, cellular aging, DNA damage, oxidative stress, protein modifications


Numerous theories exist concerning aging and its causes. Understanding the factors contributing to aging allows for the implementation of necessary precautions, and while complete prevention of aging may not be achievable, significant strides can be made. Recent advancements in genetic science have brought aging research to a prominent position. Studies on aging will play a crucial role in the future discourse on longevity, emphasizing the importance of the current state of genetic research in this field. The collective findings in this review contribute to a comprehensive understanding of aging, laying the groundwork for future discussions on longevity and the intricate interplay of genetics in the aging process.

Cite this article as: Dal BN, Altuntaş İ, Erbaş O. Genetic Aspects of Aging and Anti-Aging Strategies. JEB Med Sci 2023;4(3):156-164.

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The authors declared no conflicts of interest with respect to the authorship and/or publication of this article.

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