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Search the SENS PubMed Monitoring Database

About this database

You can search the SENS PubMed Monitoring Database using the search bar above. This database is being loaded with selected scientific publications indexed in PubMed between 3/19/2011 to 7/27/2011, and from 2/5/2013 to 5/16/2019.

These papers were found by Maximus Peto between August 2012 and the present date, as directed and commissioned by SENS Research Foundation and Methuselah Foundation. These organizations’ research interests focus on age-related accumulation of molecular and cellular damage, with an interest in addressing that damage in such a way as to eliminate the age-related increase in chronic disease and mortality that is currently observed in humans and most other animals.

The publication dates between 7/27/2011 and 2/5/2013 were skipped at the request of SENS Research Foundation due to a preference for focusing on more recent research.

As of June 2020, Maximus Peto has personally screened approximately 400,000 scientific publication titles and 10,000 scientific abstracts to “hand-pick” the studies in this database.

About this search feature

When you submit a query, the search software checks all search fields for your terms. The current search fields include: Title, Authors, Abstract, DOI, PMID, Publication Date, and Maximus’s custom topic tags (e.g. “LysoSENS”).

You can use the “and” operator (lower-case) to require both keywords to be present in search results (e.g. “senescence and Campisi”; you don’t need to use double quotes).

You can use the “or” operator (lower-case) to check all fields for at least one of your keywords (e.g. “beta-amyloid or amyloid-beta”; again, no need to use double quotes).

Finally, you can also use the “not” operator to exclude papers with the submitted term (e.g. “Alzheimer’s not mice”).

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