Articles by ZS- NAGY, M.D., Ph.D., Imre


  • Centrophenoxine (CPH) and the Membrane Hypothesis of Aging (MHA)

    Centrophenoxine (CPH) and the Membrane Hypothesis of Aging (MHA) An interview with Professor Imre Zs.-Nagy, MD and Editor of Aging Matters™ Phil Micans; herein referred to as IZSN and PM. Imre Zs.-Nagy was born in Hungary in 1936 and took his MD degree in 1961. He had been university Professor of gerontology at the University of Debrecen, retiring by law at age 70. He ...
  • The real value of centrophenoxine

    The Real Value of Centrophenoxine in Preventing Age-dependant Brain Deterioration The theoretical approach to the problems of cellular aging, elaborated and followed by this author during the last 30 years, called the membrane hypothesis of aging (MHA), helped to understand the normal functions of the living organisms, and also to identify the site-specific, radical-induced molecular damaging mechanisms, which represent the non-desired side-effects of the oxygen free radicals, the c...
  • My personal 35-year report on the value of centrophenoxine in antiaging

    My personal 35-year report on the value of centrophenoxine in antiaging Abstract I am the author of this report and I am currently over 75 years of age, I have spent most of my scientific activity in the field of experimental gerontology (since 1968). During this time, I have taken part i...
  • The Membrane Hypothesis of Aging

    The Membrane Hypothesis of Aging (The frustrating decades of biological aging theories and the hopes for the future). Ed.- We are pleased to include for the first time in the Anti-Aging Bulletin, an article by the renowned Imre Zs.-Nagy, MD. Professor Nagy is head of the Department of Gerontology at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. He is also the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Gerontology and the principle behind the Membrane Hypothesis of Aging. Furthermore, Profess...