volume 9, issue 4, P1153-1185 2017
DOI: 10.18632/aging.101218
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Laura C.D. Pomatto, Sarah Wong, Caroline Carney, Brenda Shen, John Tower, Kelvin J. A. Davies

Abstract: Hallmarks of aging include loss of protein homeostasis and dysregulation of stress-adaptive pathways. Loss of adaptive homeostasis, increases accumulation of DNA, protein, and lipid damage. During acute stress, the Cnc-C (Drosophila Nrf2 orthologue) transcriptionally-regulated 20S proteasome degrades damaged proteins in an ATP-independent manner. Exposure to very low, non-toxic, signaling concentrations of the redox-signaling agent hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) cause adaptive increases in the de novo expression and…

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