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Grantee in the News: Adam Antebi’s research published in Trends in Cell Biology and The New York Times on the role of the nucleolus on lifespan

May 31
2018

Grantee in the News: Adam Antebi’s research published in Trends in Cell Biology and The New York Times on the role of the nucleolus on lifespan View MoreBACK

On May 17, 2018, Trends in Cell Biology published research co-authored by 2005 Glenn/AFAR Breakthroughs in Gerontology (BIG) Award recipient Adam Antebi, Ph.D. 

Nucleolar Function in Lifespan Regulation” focuses on the evolving understanding of the role of nucleolar function. The research team concludes that “recent evidence has highlighted novel roles of the nucleolus in major physiological functions including stress response, development, and aging.”

The research was also picked up by The New York Times, where Dr. Antebi states: “We think the nucleolus plays an important role in regulating the [lifespan] of animals.” 

Read the published research here and the related article in The New York Times here.


Adam Antebi, Ph.D. is the Managing Director of Max Planck Institute for the Biology of Ageing in Cologne, Germany, and an Honorary Professor at the Universität Köln in Köln, Germany.





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