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The aerosol number concentration changes in Jonava were compared with those on a rural site (Preila) which is an international longevous monitoring post.
A low degree of fatty acid unsaturation leads to lower lipid peroxidation and lipoxidationderived protein modification in heart mitochondria of the longevous pigeon than in the short-lived rat.
It was only when the old emperor proved more longevous and the Crown Prince was already fatally stricken with cancer of the larynx that attention came to focus on young Prince Wilhelm.