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Oeppen, J. and J. W. Vaupel: Broken limits to life expectancy. Science 296, 1029-1031 (2002). PubMed ID: 12004104. [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 2498 times)

Christensen, K., G. Doblhammer, R. Rau and J. W. Vaupel: Ageing populations: the challenges ahead. Lancet 374, 9696, 1196-1208 (2009). PubMed ID: 19801098. [ online ]
(cited 2388 times)

Vaupel, J. W., K. G. Manton and E. Stallard: The impact of heterogeneity in individual frailty on the dynamics of mortality. Demography 16, 439-454 (1979). PubMed ID: 510638. [ PDF ]
(cited 2300 times)

Vaupel, J. W., J. R. Carey, K. Christensen, T. E. Johnson, A. I. Yashin, N. V. Holm, I. A. Iachine, V. Kannisto, A. A. Khazaeli, P. Liedo, V. D. Longo, Y. Zeng, K. G. Manton and J. W. Curtsinger: Biodemographic trajectories of longevity. Science 280, 855-860 (1998). PubMed ID: 9599158. [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 1033 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and A. I. Yashin: Heterogeneity´s ruses: some surprising effects of selection on population dynamics. The American Statistician 39, 176-185 (1985).
[Also published in: Readings in population research methodology, vol. 6: Advanced basic tools, (Eds.) D. J. Bogue, E. E. Arriaga, D. L. Anderton and G. W. Rumsey. Social Development Center, Chicago 1993, 21-70 - 21-79]. PubMed ID: 12267300. [ PDF ]
(cited 890 times)

Vaupel, J. W.: Biodemography of human ageing. Nature 464(7288), 536-542 (2010). [ online | PDF ]
(cited 776 times)

Herskind, A. M., M. McGue, T. I. A. Soerensen and J. W. Vaupel: The heritability of human longevity: a population-based study of 2872 Danish twin pairs born 1870-1900. Human Genetics 97, 319-323 (1996). PubMed ID: 8786073. [ PDF ]
(cited 723 times)

Carey, J. R., P. Liedo, D. Orozco and J. W. Vaupel: Slowing of mortality rates at older ages in large medfly cohorts. Science 258, 457-461 (1992). PubMed ID: 1411540. [ PDF ]
(cited 654 times)

Christensen, K., T. E. Johnson and J. W. Vaupel: The quest for genetic determinants of human longevity: challenges and insights. Nature Reviews Genetics 7, 436-448 (2006). PubMed ID: 16708071. [ PDF ]
(cited 493 times)

Curtsinger, J. W., H. H. Fukui, D. R. Townsend and J. W. Vaupel: Demography of genotypes: failure of the limited life-span paradigm in Drosophila melanogaster. Science 258, 461-463 (1992). PubMed ID: 1411541. [ PDF ]
(cited 436 times)

Doblhammer G. and J. W. Vaupel: Lifespan depends on month of birth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 98, 2934-2939 (2001). PubMed ID: 11226344. [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 390 times)

Thatcher, A. R., V. Kannisto and J. W. Vaupel: The force of mortality at ages 80 to 120. Odense University Press, Odense 1998 (Odense monographs on population aging; 5). [ HTML ]
(cited 388 times)

Kannisto, V., J. Lauritsen, A. R. Thatcher and J. W. Vaupel: Reductions in mortality at advanced ages: several decades of evidence from 27 countries. Population and Development Review 20, 793-810 (1994). [ PDF ]
(cited 387 times)

McGue, M., J. W. Vaupel, N. V. Holm and B. Harvald: Longevity is moderately heritable in a sample of Danish twins born 1870-1880. Journals of Gerontology: Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 48, B237-B244 (1993). PubMed ID: 8227991. [ PDF ]
(cited 381 times)

Jones, O. R., A. Scheuerlein, R. Salguero-Gomez, C. G. Camarda, R. Schaible, B. B. Casper, J. P. Dahlgren, J. Ehrlen, M. B. Garcia, E. S. Menges, P. F. Quintana-Ascencio, H. Caswell, A. Baudisch and J. W. Vaupel: Diversity of ageing across the tree of life. Nature 505(7482), 169-173 (2014). [ online | PDF ]
(cited 355 times)

Hjelmborg J. V., I. A. Iachine, A. Skytthe, J.W. Vaupel, M. McGue, M. Koskenvuo, J. Kaprio, N. L. Pedersen and K. Christensen: Genetic influence on human lifespan and longevity. Human Genetics 119, 312-321 (2006). PubMed ID: 16463022. [ online ]
(cited 348 times)

Manton, K. G. and J. W. Vaupel: Survival after the age of 80 in the United States, Sweden, France, England, and Japan. New England Journal of Medicine 333, 1232-1235 (1995). PubMed ID: 7565998.
(cited 344 times)

Christensen, K., J. W. Vaupel, N. V. Holm and A. I. Yashin: Mortality among twins after age 6: fetal origins hypothesis versus twin method. British Medical Journal 310, 432-436 (1995). PubMed ID: 7873948. [ PDF ]
(cited 294 times)

Manton, K. G., E. Stallard and J. W. Vaupel: Alternative models for the heterogeneity of mortality risks among the aged. Journal of the American Statistical Association 81, 635-644 (1986). PubMed ID: 12155405. [ PDF ]
(cited 289 times)

Rea, S. L., D. Wu, J. R. Cypser, J. W. Vaupel and T. E. Johnson: A stress-sensitive reporter predicts longevity in isogenic populations of Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature Genetics 37, 894-898 (2005). PubMed ID: 16041374. [ PDF ]
(cited 283 times)

Hoppa, R. D. and J. W. Vaupel (Eds.): Paleodemography: age distributions from skeletal samples. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2002 (Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology; 31).
(cited 263 times)

Oksuzyan, A., K. Juel, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: Men: good health and high mortality; sex differences in health and ageing [Review article]. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research 20, 91-102 (2008). PubMed ID: 18431075. [ PDF ]
(cited 260 times)

Vaupel, J. W., A. Baudisch, M. Dölling, D. A. Roach and J. Gampe: The case for negative senescence. Theoretical Population Biology 65, 339-351 (2004). PubMed ID: 15136009. [ PDF ]
(cited 259 times)

Nybo, H., H. C. Petersen, D. Gaist, B. Jeune, K. Andersen, M. McGue, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: Predictors of mortality in 2,249 nonagenarians - the Danish 1905-cohort survey. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 51, 1365-1373 (2003). PubMed ID: 14511155. [ PDF ]
(cited 244 times)

Behn, R. D. and J. W. Vaupel: Quick analysis for busy decision makers: using quick analysis to make personal, business, and governmental decisions when time is short and information limited. Basic Books, New York 1982.
(cited 239 times)

Bischoff, C., H. C. Petersen, J. Graakjaer, K. Andersen-Ranberg, J. W. Vaupel, V. A. Bohr, S. Kølvraa and K. Christensen: No association between telomere length and survival among the elderly and oldest-old. Epidemiology 17, 190-194 (2006). PubMed ID: 16477260.
(cited 228 times)

Kimura, M., J. Hjelmborg, J. Gardner, L. Bathum, M. Brimacombe, X. Lu, L. Christiansen, J. W. Vaupel, A. Aviv, K. Christensen: Telomere length and mortality: a study of leukocytes in elderly Danish twins. American Journal of Epidemiology 167(7), 799-806 (2008). PubMed ID: 18270372. [ online ]
(cited 223 times)

Skytthe, A., K. Kyvik, N. V. Holm, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: The Danish twin registry: 127 cohorts of twins. Twin Research 5, 352-357 (2002). PubMed ID: 12537858. [ HTML ]
(cited 216 times)

Christensen, K., M. Thinggaard, A. Oksuzyan, T. Steenstrup, K. Andersen-Ranberg, B. Jeune, M. McGue and J. W. Vaupel: Physical and cognitive functioning of people older than 90 years: a comparison of two Danish cohorts born 10 years apart. Lancet 382(9903), 1507-1513 (2013). [ online ]
(cited 215 times)

Kannisto, V., K. Christensen and J. W. Vaupel: No increased mortality in later life for cohorts born during famine. American Journal of Epidemiology 145, 987-994 (1997). PubMed ID: 9169907. [ PDF ]
(cited 215 times)

Christensen, K., M. McGue, I. Petersen, B. Jeune and J. W. Vaupel: Exceptional longevity does not result in excessive levels of disability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105, 13274-13279 (2008). PubMed ID: 18711139. [ online ]
(cited 207 times)

Wittwer-Backofen, U., J. Gampe and J. W. Vaupel: Tooth cementum annulation for age estimation: results from a large known-age validation study. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 123, 119-129 (2004). PubMed ID: 14730646. [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 202 times)

Gerdes, L. U., B. Jeune, K. Andersen-Ranberg, H. Nybo and J. W. Vaupel: Estimation of Apolipoprotein E genotype-specific relative mortality risks from the distribution of genotypes in centenarians and middle-aged men: Apolipoprotein E gene is a "frailty gene", not a "longevity gene". Genetic Epidemiology 19, 202-210 (2000). PubMed ID: 11015124. [ PDF | HTML ]
(cited 198 times)

Yashin, A. I., J. W. Vaupel and I. A. Iachine: Correlated individual frailty: an advantageous approach to survival analysis of bivariate data. Mathematical Population Studies 5, 145-159 (1995). PubMed ID: 12290053. [ PDF ]
(cited 198 times)

Frederiksen, H., J. Hjelmborg, J. Mortensen, M. McGue, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: Age trajectories of grip strength: cross-sectional and longitudinal data among 8,342 Danes aged 46 to 102. Annals of Epidemiology 16, 554-562 (2006). PubMed ID: 16406245. [ PDF ]
(cited 195 times)

Vaupel, J. W.: How change in age-specific mortality affects life expectancy. Population Studies 40, 147-157 (1986). PubMed ID: 11611920. [ PDF ]
(cited 193 times)

Nybo H., D. Gaist, B. Jeune, M. McGue, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: Functional status and self-rated health in 2,262 nonagenarians: the Danish 1905 Cohort Survey. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 49, 601-609 (2001). PubMed ID: 11380754. [ PDF ]
(cited 192 times)

Fabrizio, P., S. D. Pletcher, N. Minois, J. W. Vaupel and V. D. Longo: Chronological aging-independent replicative life span regulation by Msn2/Msn4 and Sod2 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. FEBS Letters 557, 136-142 (2004). PubMed ID: 14741356. [ PDF ]
(cited 191 times)

Christensen, K. and J. W. Vaupel: Determinants of longevity: genetic, environmental and medical factors [Review]. Journal of Internal Medicine 240, 333-341 (1996). PubMed ID: 9010380. [ PDF ]
(cited 190 times)

Frederiksen H., D. Gaist, H. C. Petersen, J. v.B. Hjelmborg, M. McGue, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: Hand grip strength: a phenotype suitable for identifying genetic variants affecting mid- and late-life physical functioning. Genetic Epidemiology 23, 110-122 (2002). PubMed ID: 12214305. [ PDF ]
(cited 187 times)

Vaupel, J. W.: The remarkable improvements in survival at older ages. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London: Series B, Biological Sciences 352, 1799-1804 (1997). PubMed ID: 9460063. [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 183 times)

Graham, J. D. and J. W. Vaupel: The value of life: what difference does it make? Risk Analysis 1, 89-95 (1981). [ PDF ]
(cited 176 times)

Carey, J. R., P. Liedo, H.-G. Müller, J.-L. Wang and J. W. Vaupel: Dual modes of aging in Mediterranean fruit fly females. Science 281, 996-998 (1998). PubMed ID: 9703516. [ PDF | HTML ]
(cited 173 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and B. Jeune: The emergence and proliferation of centenarians. In: Exceptional longevity: from prehistory to the present, (Eds.) B. Jeune and J. W. Vaupel. Odense University Press, Odense 1995, 109-116 (Odense monographs on population aging; 2). [ online ]
(cited 172 times)

Zeng, Y., J. W. Vaupel, Z. Xiao, C. Zhang and Y. Liu: Sociodemographic and health profiles of the oldest old in China. Population and Development Review 28, 251-273 (2002). [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 168 times)

Andersen-Ranberg, K., K. Christensen, B. Jeune, A. Skytthe, L. Vasegaard and J. W. Vaupel: Declining physical abilities with age: a cross-sectional study of older twins and centenarians in Denmark. Age and Ageing 28, 373-377 (1999). PubMed ID: 10459791. [ PDF | HTML ]
(cited 167 times)

Tatar, M., J. R. Carey and J. W. Vaupel: Long-term cost of reproduction with and without accelerated senescence in Callosobruchus maculatus: analysis of age-specific mortality. Evolution 47, 1302-1312 (1993). [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 166 times)

Christensen, K., N. V. Holm, M. McGue, L. Corder and J. W. Vaupel: A Danish population-based twin study on general health in the elderly. Journal of Aging and Health 11, 49-64 (1999). PubMed ID: 10848141. [ PDF | HTML | PDF ]
(cited 158 times)

Vaupel, J. W., J. R. Carey and K. Christensen: It´s never too late. Science 301, 1679-1681 (2003). PubMed ID: 14500969. [ Full Text ]
(cited 148 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and A. I. Yashin: The deviant dynamics of death in heterogeneous populations. Sociological Methodology 15, 179-211 (1985). [ online ]
(cited 147 times)

Yashin, A. I., G. De Benedictis, J. W. Vaupel, Q. Tan, K. F. Andreev, I. A. Iachine, M. Bonafe, M. De Luca, S. Valensin, L. Carotenuto and C. Franceschi: Genes, demography and life span: the contribution of demographic data in genetic studies of aging and longevity. American Journal of Human Genetics 65, 1178-1193 (1999). [ PDF | HTML | PDF ]
(cited 146 times)

Erlangsen, A., B. Jeune, U. Bille-Brahe and J. W. Vaupel: Loss of partner and suicide risks among oldest old: a population-based register study. Age and Ageing 33, 378-383 (2004). PubMed ID: 15151913. [ PDF ]
(cited 145 times)

Manton, K. G., E. Stallard and J. W. Vaupel: Methods for comparing the mortality experience of heterogeneous populations. Demography 18, 389-410 (1981). PubMed ID: 7262375. [ PDF ]
(cited 145 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and J. R. Carey: Compositional interpretations of medfly mortality. Science 260, 1666-1667 (1993). PubMed ID: 8503016. [ PDF ]
(cited 140 times)

Ahlburg, D. A. and J. W. Vaupel: Alternative projections of the U.S. population. Demography 27, 639-652 (1990). PubMed ID: 2249750. [ PDF ]
(cited 134 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and E. Loichinger: Redistributing work in aging Europe. Science 312, 1911-1913 (2006). PubMed ID: 16809529. [ PDF ]
(cited 131 times)

Beekman, M., H. Blanché, M. Perola, A. Hervonen, V. Bezrukov, E. Sikora, F. Flachsbart, L. Christiansen, A. J. M. De Craen, T. B. L. Kirkwood, I. M. Rea, M. Poulain, J.-M. Robine, S. Valensin, M. A. Stazi, G. Passarino, L. Deiana, E. S. Gonos, L. Paternoster, T. I. A. Soerensen, Q. Tan, Q. Helmer, E. B. van den Akker, J. Deelen, F. Martella, H. J. Cordell, K. L. Ayers, J. W. Vaupel, O. Törnwall, T. E. Johnson, S. Schreiber, M. Lathrop, A. Skytthe, R. G. J. Westendorp, K. Christensen, J. Gampe, A. Nebel, J. J. Houwing-Duistermaat, P. E. Slagboom and C. Franceschi: Genome-wide linkage analysis for human longevity: Genetics of Healthy Aging Study. Aging Cell 12(2), 184-193 (2013). [ online ]
(cited 129 times)

Zeng, Y. and J. W. Vaupel: Functional capacity and self-evaluation of health and life of oldest old in China. Journal of Social Issues 58, 733-748 (2002). [ PDF ]
(cited 129 times)

Zeng, Y., J. W. Vaupel, Z. Xiao, C. Zhang and Y. Liu: The healthy longevity survey and the active life expectancy of the oldest old in China. Population: An English Selection 13, 95-116 (2001).
[Also published as: L´enquête sur la longévité en bonne santé: l´espérance de vie sans incapacité des personnes très âgées en Chine. Population: Édition Française 56, 109-132 (2001)]. [ PDF | PDF ]
(cited 128 times)

Vaupel, J. W.: Trajectories of mortality at advanced ages. In: Between Zeus and the Salmon: the biodemography of longevity, (Eds.) K. W. Wachter and C. E. Finch. National Academy Press, Washington 1997, 17-37. [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 128 times)

Gunn, David A., H. Rexbye, C. E. M. Griffiths, P. G. Murray, A. Fereday, S. D. Catt, C. C. Tomlin, B. H. Strongitharm, D. I. Perrett, M. Catt, A. E. Mayes, A. G. Messenger, M. R. Green, F. v. d. Ouderaa, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: Why some women look young for their age. PLoS ONE 4(12), e8021 (2009). Internet: <http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0008021>. [ online ]
(cited 127 times)

Christensen, K., M. Kristiansen, H. Hagen-Larsen, A. Skytthe, L. Bathum, B. Jeune, K. Andersen-Ranberg, J. W. Vaupel and K. H. Ørstavik: X-linked genetic factors regulate hematopoietic stem-cell kinetics in females. Blood 95, 2449-2451 (2000). PubMed ID: 10733522. [ PDF | HTML | PDF ]
(cited 124 times)

Vaupel, J. W.: Demographic analysis of aging and longevity. American Economic Review 88, 242-247 (1998). [ HTML | PDF ]
(cited 122 times)

Vaupel, J. W.: Inherited frailty and longevity. Demography 25, 277-287 (1988). PubMed ID: 3396752. [ PDF ]
(cited 120 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and J. P. Curhan: The world´s multinational enterprises: a sourcebook of tables based on a study of the largest U.S. and non-U.S. manufacturing corporations. Division of Research, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, Boston 1973.
(cited 120 times)

Newman, A. B., S. Walter, K. L. Lunetta, M. E. Garcia, P. E. Slagboom, K. Christensen, A. M. Arnold, T. Aspelund, Y. S. Aulchenko, E. J. Benjamin, L. Christiansen, R. B. D'Agostino, Sr., A. L. Fitzpatrick, N. Franceschini, N. L. Glazer, V. Gudnason, A. Hofman, R. Kaplan, D. Karasik, M. Kelly-Hayes, D. P. Kiel, L. J. Launer, K. D. Marciante, J. M. Massaro, I. Miljkovic, M. A. Nalls, D. Hernandez, B. M. Psaty, F. Rivadeneira, J. Rotter, S. Seshadri, A. V. Smith, K. D. Taylor, H. Tiemeier, H.-W. Uh, A. G. Uitterlinden, J. W. Vaupel, J. Walston, R. G. J. Westendorp, T. B. Harris, T. Lumley, C. M. van Duijn and J. M. Murabito: A meta-analysis of four genome-wide association studies of survival to age 90 years or older: the Cohorts for Heart and Aging Research in Genomic Epidemiology Consortium. Journals of Gerontology: Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 65(5), 478-487 (2010). PubMed ID: 20304771.
(cited 119 times)

Skytthe, A., N. L. Pedersen, J. Kaprio, M. A. Stazi, J. v.B. Hjelmborg, I. A. Iachine, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: Longevity studies in GenomEUtwin. Twin Research 6, 448-454 (2003). PubMed ID: 14624729. [ PDF ]
(cited 119 times)

Christensen, K., M. McGue, A. I. Yashin, I. A. Iachine, N. V. Holm and J. W. Vaupel: Genetic and environmental influences on functional abilities in Danish twins aged 75 years and older. Journals of Gerontology: Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 55, M446-M452 (2000). PubMed ID: 10952367. [ PDF ]
(cited 119 times)

Larsen, U. and J. W. Vaupel: Hutterite fecundability by age and parity: strategies for frailty modeling of event histories. Demography 30, 81-102 (1993). PubMed ID: 8440400. [ PDF ]
(cited 119 times)

Christensen, K., M. Thinggaard, M. McGue, H. Rexbye, J. v. B. Hjelmborg, A. Aviv, D. Gunn, F. v. d. Ouderaa and J. W. Vaupel: Perceived age as clinically useful biomarker of ageing: cohort study. British Medical Journal 339, 1433-1434 (2009). Internet: <http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.b5262>. [ online ]
(cited 118 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and V. Canudas Romo: Decomposing change in life expectancy: a bouquet of formulas in honor of Nathan Keyfitz´s 90th birthday. Demography 40, 201-216 (2003). PubMed ID: 12846129. [ PDF ]
(cited 116 times)

Nybo, H., D. Gaist, B. Jeune, L. Bathum, M. McGue, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: The Danish 1905 cohort: a genetic-epidemiological nationwide survey. Journal of Aging and Health 13, 32-46 (2001). PubMed ID: 11503846. [ PDF ]
(cited 116 times)

Zeng, Y. and J. W. Vaupel: The impact of urbanization and delayed childbearing on population growth and aging in China. Population and Development Review 15, 425-445 (1989). [ PDF ]
(cited 115 times)

De Benedictis, G., Q. Tan, B. Jeune, K. Christensen, S. V. Ukraintseva, M. Bonafè, C. Franceschi, J. W. Vaupel and A. I. Yashin: Recent advances in human gene-longevity association studies. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development 122, 909-920 (2001). PubMed ID: 11348658. [ PDF | HTML ]
(cited 111 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and J. P. Curhan: The making of multinational enterprise: a sourcebook of tables based on a study of 187 major U.S. manufacturing corporations. Division of Research, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, Boston 1969.
(cited 110 times)

Larsen, T. B., H. T. Soerensen, A. Skytthe, S. P. Johnsen, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: Major genetic susceptibility for venous thromboembolism in men: a study of Danish twins. Epidemiology 14, 328-332 (2003). PubMed ID: 12859034. [ PDF ]
(cited 108 times)

Burger, O., A. Baudisch and J. W. Vaupel: Human mortality improvement in evolutionary context. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109(44), 18210-18214 (2012). [ online ]
(cited 103 times)

Rebke, M., T. Coulson, P. H. Becker and J. W. Vaupel: Reproductive improvement and senescence in a long-lived bird. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(17), 7841-7846 (2010). [ online ]
(cited 103 times)

Yashin, A. I., G. De Benedictis, J. W. Vaupel, Q. Tan, K. F. Andreev, I. A. Iachine, M. Bonafe, S. Valensin, M. De Luca, L. Carotenuto and C. Franceschi: Genes and longevity: lessons from studies of centenarians. Journals of Gerontology: Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 55, B319-B328 (2000). PubMed ID: 10898245. [ PDF ]
(cited 102 times)

Rau, R., E. Soroko, J. Domantas and J. W. Vaupel: Continued reductions in mortality at advanced ages. Population and Development Review 34, 747-768 (2008). [ online ]
(cited 100 times)

Robine, J.-M. and J. W. Vaupel: Supercentenarians: slower ageing individuals or senile elderly? Experimental Gerontology 36, 915-930 (2001). PubMed ID: 11295523. [ PDF | HTML ]
(cited 100 times)

Christiansen, L., A. Lenart, Q. Tan, J. W. Vaupel, A. Aviv, M. McGue and K. Christensen: DNA methylation age is associated with mortality in a longitudinal Danish twin study. Aging Cell 15(1), 149-154 (2016). [ online ]
(cited 99 times)

Vaupel, J. W.: Relatives' risks: frailty models of life history data. Theoretical Population Biology 37, 220-234 (1990). [ PDF ]
(cited 99 times)

Vaupel, J. W. and A. E. Gowan: Passage to Methuselah: some demographic consequences of continued progress against mortality. American Journal of Public Health 76, 430-433 (1986). PubMed ID: 3953921. [ PDF ]
(cited 98 times)

Finch, C. E., J. W. Vaupel and K. Kinsella (Eds.): Cells and surveys: should biological measures be included in social science research? National Academy Press, Washington 2001.
(cited 97 times)

Vaupel, J. W., T. E. Johnson, G. J. Lithgow, J. W. Curtsinger, H. H. Fukui, L. Xiu, A. Khazaeli, S. D. Pletcher, J.-L. Wang, H.-G. Müller, W. B. Capra, J. R. Carey and T. E. Johnson: Rates of mortality in populations of Caenorhabditis elegans [Technical Comment]. Science 266, 826-828 (1994). PubMed ID: 7973641. [ PDF ]
(cited 95 times)

Christensen, K., A. Wienke, A. Skytthe, N. V. Holm, J. W. Vaupel and A. I. Yashin: Cardiovascular mortality in twins and the fetal origins hypothesis. Twin Research 4, 344- 349 (2001). PubMed ID: 11869487. [ PDF ]
(cited 93 times)

Yashin, A. I., K. G. Manton and J. W. Vaupel: Mortality and aging in a heterogeneous population: a stochastic process model with observed and unobserved variables. Theoretical Population Biology 27, 154-175 (1985). PubMed ID: 4023952. [ PDF ]
(cited 93 times)

Skytthe, A., K. Kyvik, L. Bathum, N. Holm, J. W. Vaupel and K. Christensen: The Danish Twin Registry in the New Millennium. Twin Research and Human Genetics 9, 763–771 (2006). PubMed ID: 17254405. [ online ]
(cited 91 times)

Yashin, A. I., J. W. Vaupel and I. A. Iachine: A duality in aging: the equivalence of mortality models based on radically different concepts. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development 74, 1-14 (1994). PubMed ID: 7934200. [ PDF ]
(cited 90 times)


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