44 The War on Aging 11) de Grey, Aubrey DNJ; “Mitochondrial gene therapy: an arena for the biomedical use of inteins” in: Trends in Biotechnology (2000, Vol.  18); pg. 394– 12) de Grey, Aubrey DNJ; “Bioremediation meets biomedi- cine: therapeutic translation of microbial catabolism to the lysosome” in: Trends in Biotechnology (2002, Vol.  20); pg. 452– 13) de Grey, Aubrey DNJ & Campbell, F. Charles & Dokal, Inderjeet & Fairbairn, Leslie J & Graham, Gerry J & Jahoda, Colin AB & Porter, Andrew CG; “Total dele- tion of in vivo telomere elongation capacity: an ambitious but possibly ultimate cure for all age-related human cancers” in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (2004, Vol. 1019); pg. 147–”.; in press 14) Monnier, Vincent M & Cerami, Anthony; “Nonenzymatic browning in vivo: possible process for aging of long-lived proteins” in: Science (1981, Vol. 211); pg. 491– 15) Asif, Mohammad, Egan, John, Vasan, Sara, Jyothirmayi, Garikiparthy N, Masurekar, Malthi R, Lopez, Santos, Williams, Chandra, Torres, Ramon L, Wagle, Dilip, Ulrich, Peter, Cerami, Anthony, Brines, Michael, Regan, Timothy J; “An advanced glycation endproduct cross-link breaker can reverse age-related increases in myocardial stiffness” in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000, Vol. 97); pg. 2809–