lifespan


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Synonyms for lifespan

the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death)

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LifeSpan BioSciences is in providing IHC validated reagent antibodies and services to the global community of academic, pharmaceutical and biotech researchers.
Since the researchers knew that most neurons are not replaced during the lifespan, they used them as an "age baseline" to compare other non-dividing cells.
The findings, published online by the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, did also show that physical activity is linked to longer lifespans in both sexes.
"Assessments have been made of the impact that radiation, received during a long flight to Mars of up to three years during peak solar activity and with varying density of aluminum protection, might have on a cosmonaut's total lifespan," the report read.
But they are easily outranked by the super-healthy Spanish, whose predicted average lifespan of 85.8 years tops the list.
With Rating Outlook Stable, the bonds are secured by a pledge of gross revenues of the Lifespan obligated group and mortgages on certain property of the Lifespan obligated group.
Antony has generously given three pieces to Lifespan over the past few years, helping to raise much-needed funds for the charity.
TSCP said it will help facilitate the ongoing growth of LifeSpan Biosciences.
This textbook consists of a topically organized version of the author's Lifespan Development, addressing development through different contexts, such as family, ethnicity, culture, neighborhood, community, norms, values, and historical events.
Herein, we investigated the putative pathways that regulate the effects of guarana on lifespan using C.
Scientists have long debated whether or not the ultimate lifespan in people has been attained.
The book also argues that humans have a set lifespan "so everyone doesn't die at once." Yet our "set" lifespan allows for variability to keep populations stable in varying conditions.
An unparalleled number of SNPs associated with lifespan were uncovered, including 14newto science.
As she was 10 on May 1, I am considering what impact this crossing of breeds will have on her lifespan. JUNE RAINES, Durham A: I am unaware of any studies that have been carried out assessing the impact of this 'designer crossing' on lifespan.
In October 2016, molecular geneticist Jan Vijg of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York published a paper claiming that the human lifespan was  limited to 115 years, kindling a vigorous debate among scientists.