Geroprotectors as graviprotectors?

1Frol'kis, VV, 2Muradian, Kh.K, 2Timchenko, AN, 1Zherebitskaia, EI, 3Limareva, AA
1State Institution "Institute of Gerontology im.D.F.Chebotarova National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine", Kyiv, Ukraine
2State Institution "D.F.Chebotarov Institute of Gerontology of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine", Kyiv, Ukraine
3State Institution "Institute of Gerontology im.D.F.Chebotarova National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine", Kyiv, Ukraine
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 1997, 3 ;(2):28–33
Publication Language: Russian
Principal gerontological problems in space biology are discussed with special emphasis the effects of gravity factors on aging pattern and life span of laboratory insects and rodents. Probable approaches and experimental designs are analyzed for the search of graviprotectors - means aimed to abate harmful effects of micro- and hypergravity. Data on the possibility of using calorie-restricted diets and other geroprotectors as a means for upgrading the tolerance to hypergravity stress are presented.
Keywords: space life sciences, space medicine experiments
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