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Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. Summary To move closer to understanding the mechanistic underpinnings of sex differences in human longevity, we studied pet dogs to determine whether lifetime duration of ovary exposure was associated with exceptional longevity. The female:male ratio in the usual longevity cohort was 1.
Median range age at death for usual longevity males was 9.
The female:male ratio in the exceptional longevity cohort was 2. Median range age at death for exceptional longevity males was Only 18 owners had more than one dog represented in the study population.
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Eleven owners had one dog in the usual longevity cohort and one dog in the exceptional longevity cohort. These dogs were not eligible for reproduction. Validated data were available for mothers of 82 of the index females in the study population. A more detailed analysis of the apparent familial clustering of exceptional longevity in these dogs is in progress.
Few causes of death were verified by necropsy and therefore the reliability of these data is likely comparable to that of human mortality studies based on death certificates. There is no reason to suspect that the cause of death was preferentially misclassified in dogs with usual longevity vs.
In eight of dogs two usual longevity, six exceptional longevity , cause of death could not be ascertained from the clinical data.
In some cases, histologic confirmation was made by pathologic examination of tissues obtained at biopsy or necropsy. Appendicular bone sarcoma was the most frequently reported cause of mortality in Rottweilers with usual longevity 8. Supporting Information Fig.
Austad, SN Why women live longer than men: sex differences in longevity.
Q&A with stroke consultant David Waters
Crossref PubMed Google Scholar. Google Scholar. Citing Literature. If you could change one thing about the place where you live, what would it be? Get our village pub — the Pembroke Arms in Fovant - open again What are you reading at the moment? Tandoori chicken to start with, followed by lamb Madras curry, boiled rice and a mushroom bhaji. Any time in the future — I am fascinated by what advances we will make in the next years. I have three cocker spaniel dogs — Holly, Molly and Tilley — they never judge me and always cheer me up after a hard day.
Apart from the Journal what newspapers do you read and who is your favourite columnist? When I was a senior house officer at the Lister Hospital Stevenage — Judy was my junior house officer. Having a pint of real ale in a genuine old pub — my favourite is the New Inn in Salisbury.