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  • ...tsonageing08>Mattson M (2008) [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.arr.2007.08.007 Hormesis defined.] ''Ageing Res.Rev.'' 7:1-7 PMID 18162444. ...oxidant [[enzyme]]s, and protein [[chaperone]]s. A better understanding of hormesis mechanisms at the cellular and molecular levels is leading to and to novel
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  • ...and longevity, an adaptive response more specifically named mitochondrial hormesis or mitohormesis. Consistently, we here summarize findings that antioxidant *[http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Hormesis Hormesis.] NationMaster Encyclopedia.
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  • ...ships, strongly working to encourage the assessment of the implications of hormesis in such fields as toxicology, pharmacology, medicine, neuroscience, immunol
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  • ...ships, strongly working to encourage the assessment of the implications of hormesis in such fields as toxicology, pharmacology, medicine, neuroscience, immunol
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  • ...and longevity, an adaptive response more specifically named mitochondrial hormesis or mitohormesis. Consistently, we here summarize findings that antioxidant *[http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Hormesis Hormesis.] NationMaster Encyclopedia.
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  • ...tsonageing08>Mattson M (2008) [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.arr.2007.08.007 Hormesis defined.] ''Ageing Res.Rev.'' 7:1-7 PMID 18162444. ...oxidant [[enzyme]]s, and protein [[chaperone]]s. A better understanding of hormesis mechanisms at the cellular and molecular levels is leading to and to novel
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  • * '''Human and Experimental Toxicology''' special issue on homeopathy and hormesis:[http://het.sagepub.com/content/29/7.toc] [htpp://www.belleonline.com/newsl
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  • ...Iran]) for '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiation_hormesis radiation hormesis]''' (marginal exposures may actually promote better health). ...ginal exposures, and even some evidence for beneficial effects ("radiation hormesis").
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  • ...process has been previously named [[mitohormesis]] or [[mitochondria]]l [[hormesis]] on a purely [[hypothetical]] basis, <ref>[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sit
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  • ...homeodynamics]]; [[Allostasis and allostatic load|allostasis]]; [[Hormesis|hormesis]]; the self-healing of [[Injury|injuries]]; and, the [[Biological reproduct
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  • ...will relate homeostasis to metabolism; physiology; cybernetics; [[Hormesis|hormesis]]; [[Rheostasis (biology)|rheostasis]], [[Systems biology|systems biology]]
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  • ...ffects to those at low concentrations)<ref>Calabrese EJ, Baldwin LA (1998) Hormesis as a biological hypothesis ''Envir Health Persp'' [http://www.ehponline.org
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