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2007
Kulminski, A.,  Urkaintseva, S.V.,  Akushevich, I.,  Arbeev, K.G.,  Land, K.,  Yashin, A.I. . Accelerated accumulation of health deficits as a characteristic of aging. Experimental Gerontology. 42, (10), 963-970.
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2006
Kulminski, A.,  Yashin, A.,  Ukraintseva, S.,  Akushevich, I.,  Arbeev, K.,  Land, K.,  Manton, Kenneth G. Accumulation of health disorders as a systemic measure of aging: Findings from the NLTCS data. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development. 127, (11), 840-848.
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2007
Yashin, A.l.,  Arbeev, K.G.,  Kulminski, A.,  Akushevich, Igor,  Akushevich, Lucy,  Ukraintseva, S.V. . Cumulative index of elderly disorders and its dynamic contribution to mortality and longevity. Rejuvenation Research. 10, (1), 75-86.
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2007
Kulminski, A.,  Yashin, A.,  Arbeev, K.,  Akushevich, I.,  Ukraintseva, S.,  Land, K.,  Manton, Kenneth G. Cumulative index of health disorders as an indicator of aging-associated processes in the elderly: Results from analyses of the National Long Term Care Survey. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development. 128, (3), 250-258.
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2008
Manton, K.G.,  Akushevich, Igor,  Kulminski, A. Human mortality at extreme ages: Data from the NLTCS and linked Medicare records. Mathematical Population Studies. 15, (3), 137-159.
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2008
Yashin, A.l.,  Arbeev, K.G.,  Kulminski, A.,  Akushevich, Igor,  Akushevich, Lucy,  Ukraintseva, S.V. . What age trajectories of cumulative deficits and medical costs tell us about individual aging and mortality risk: Findings from the NLTCS-Medicare data. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development. 129, (4), 191-200.
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