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Authors:  I. A. Vinogradova
Currently, the range of therapeutic applications of melatonergic system mimetics is limited to insomnia, circadian disorders, certain types of depression, and seasonal affective disorders. There is significant experimental evidence indicating the negative effect of the dysfunction of melatonergic system caused by light desynchronosis or melatonin receptors blockade on the progression of age-related diseases as well as on the potentiation of accelerated aging of the body, and on premature death [1-3]. The aim of the study was to assess the contribution of the melatonergic system to the aging process. 

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