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Welcome to the lab wiki of the Integrative Genomics of Ageing Group. We are a highly interdisciplinary and international team, located in the heart of Liverpool (United Kingdom) and using in silico, in vitro as well as in vivo approaches to study the biology and genetics of ageing. The group's PI is Joao Pedro de Magalhaes, hence the name Mag Lab.

Contents

About our lab

Scientists
Scientists

Useful Links For Prospective Students

Night time lapse of the Bioscience Building
Night time lapse of the Bioscience Building

Infos for Students

EZproxy
EZproxy

If you are a member of the University of Liverpool you can get off-campus access to subscription-required journals (such as Science, Nature, Cell, etc. via ezproxy.

For this purpose insert ".exproxy.liv.ac.uk." right after the top-level domain (for example: .com, .gov, .de, etc.) and login with you username and password (enable cookies in the browser to avoid repeating this).

Bioinformatics/Informatics Tools/Resources

Programming Language
Programming Language

List of Suppliers

Suppliers
Suppliers

This is a list of useful suppliers for both the lab and office, including basic equipments from hypercentrifuges to books:

People

Collaborations

News & Literature

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  1. The Arctic Phoenix

    [Paper8]

    A wonderful long-lived sea bird, which lives at the harsh conditions of the arctic, shows little signs of senescence on sudden death, despite immense metabolic rate. http://umanitoba.ca/news/blogs/blog/2012/07/03/diving-seabird-shows-good-way-to-live-then-suddenly-die/

    Video

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    Creation of a human longevity-associated Network from homologous of different species. The nodes are very interesting.

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    First step to understand the methylation pattern of cells and how it alters in time.

    This is interesting especially for two aspects: The embryonal development and the ageing process

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    Spermidine is a small molecule, just a polyamine with a very simple structure: C7H19N3

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    Translating Dietary Restriction into Long Life PaperFlick Supporting Documents

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    Mitochondrial Links to Genomic Instability in Aging PaperFlick

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    Nice essay about connections of cancer, ageing and CR

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    I think xenografts are a very bad model of cancer formation [DW].

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Publications

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  46. edited by Christine Foyer, Richard Faragher, Paul Thornalley. Redox metabolism and longevity relationships in animals and plants. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis Group, 2009. isbn:9780415419543. [Book1]
  47. isbn:9780203866740. [Book2]
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