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Sirtuin 1 steers anti-inflammatory effects in vascular smooth muscle cells: protection without burden?

A potent and selective Sirtuin 1 inhibitor alleviates pathology in multiple animal and cell models of Huntington's disease

Inhibition of specific HDACs and sirtuins suppresses pathogenesis in a Drosophila model of Huntington’s disease

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MP621THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RENALASE TOGETHER WITH CATECHOLAMINES AND ANTI-AGING FACTORS - SIRTUIN 1 AND ALPHA-KLOTHO IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS

MO025ARTERIAL GENE EXPRESSION SIGNATURES FOR SIRTUINS AND KLOTHO ASSOCIATE WITH BIOPSY VERIFIED ARTERIAL CALCIFICATION IN END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE

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A family of enzymes that catalyse NAD-dependent deacetylation of histones and other proteins. There is some evidence that activation of sirtuins is responsible for the observed increase in lifespan of animals maintained on an energy-restricted diet.

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