Buck Institute for Research on Aging Research centres

The Buck was a pioneer in research on aging, and now we’re a global leader in the field. All of their work revolves around identifying and disrupting the pathways activated by the aging process
that trigger the development of chronic disease. Both mitochondria and bioenergetics are impacted by aging, and age-related dysfunction is implicated in many diseases, including Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, cancer, and diabetes. Buck researchers study free radicals (the toxic byproducts of energy metabolism) as well as mechanisms that inhibit mitochondrial function.
Technology: Fundamental Biology
Industry: Digital Biomarkers
Headquarters: USA
Founded Date: 1985
Employees Number: undisclosed
Funding Status: N/A

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