Support for the Glycation Theory of Aging and the Inhibition Ability of Aminoguanidine

Tom Matthews tmatth at netcom.ca
Wed Sep 22 02:51:01 EST 1999

private wrote:
> When you say "model", you mean the mouse, right?

It is not me but the study author's that you should ask.
However, as I understand it, yes, by "model of aging" they mean
"5-month-old C57 mice ... injected daily with D-galactose".

While I don't think mice are a very good model for human-relevant
hormone investigations, they may be a reasonable model for glycation
Tom Matthews
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