X-Message-Number: 11936
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 1999 16:38:43 EDT
Subject: Many cryonet, longevity,...

Depending how much time I have, I read nearly all or nearly nothing, so I 
see how a selective list could fits the bill. I think many readers are as me 
if here is a vote, I would say: let it as it is and many thanks to K.Q. Brown.

When I have no free instants at all, I keep all message for later time, for
example the one from T. Donaldson:

<< Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 00:59:26 +1000 (EST)
 To Yvan Bozzonetti:
 There is and has been for some time a good evolutionary theory to explain 
 the existence of aging. I've actually discussed this several times, but
 here are a few sources:
For me, aging is only a word, I think the reality is made of all a set of 
processes, without direct link between them. There are some of them:

-Sugar denaturation of proteins
-DNA methylation
-Telomere reduction
- Destruction of cell surface receptors
- Mitochondrie ecological evolution
- DNA bad repair
-Parasites (viruses, bacteria,...)
- Bad byproducts
-Mitochondrie bad DNA repair
-Oxydative stress
We must solve each of these steps. There will cure all drug.

Yvan Bozzonetti.

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