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Geropathology Research Network Symposium 2015.

Ladiges W - Pathobiol Aging Age Relat Dis (2015)

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The Geropathology Research Network carries out its aims and objectives with four working groups: Molecular Pathology, Translational, Anatomic Pathology, and Bioinformatics.
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Figure 0002: The Geropathology Research Network carries out its aims and objectives with four working groups: Molecular Pathology, Translational, Anatomic Pathology, and Bioinformatics.

Mentions: Working groups (Fig. 2) gave presentations describing their goals and objectives and then met in separate sessions to discuss ways of standardizing tissue collection and processing for molecular and anatomic pathology assessments. A translational working group met to discuss ways of using pathology assessment to enhance the value of physiology measurements, with a specific interest in the characterization of frailty in the mouse. The working groups will be publishing follow-up consensus papers in this journal.


Geropathology Research Network Symposium 2015.

Ladiges W - Pathobiol Aging Age Relat Dis (2015)

The Geropathology Research Network carries out its aims and objectives with four working groups: Molecular Pathology, Translational, Anatomic Pathology, and Bioinformatics.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 0002: The Geropathology Research Network carries out its aims and objectives with four working groups: Molecular Pathology, Translational, Anatomic Pathology, and Bioinformatics.
Mentions: Working groups (Fig. 2) gave presentations describing their goals and objectives and then met in separate sessions to discuss ways of standardizing tissue collection and processing for molecular and anatomic pathology assessments. A translational working group met to discuss ways of using pathology assessment to enhance the value of physiology measurements, with a specific interest in the characterization of frailty in the mouse. The working groups will be publishing follow-up consensus papers in this journal.

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No MeSH data available.