Dysbalanced protein homeostasis as a hallmark and intervention target for aging cells? (Natalia Waal, Peter Landgraf and Daniela C. Dieterich)

Autophagy mechanisms in the aging hippocampus (Carlos Miguel del Angel Munoz, Anne Albrecht and Oliver Stork)

A nexus between DNA-hypomethylation and cognitive decline in healthy aging (Vsevolod Cherepashkin, Guilherme Gomes and Michael R. Kreutz)

Molecular underpinnings of high-risk aging: Neuronal insulin signaling, amyloidosis and the metabolic syndrome (Eleonora Cuboni, Anna Karpova, Camilla Fusi, Alessandro Confettura and Michael R. Kreutz)

The effect of immunosenescence on synapse composition in a chronic neuroinflammation model (Parichehr Kargaran, Johannes Steffen and Ildiko R. Dunay)

Extracellular matrix-neuron-glia interactions during aging-associated cognitive decline and rejuvenation by ECM targeting (Hadi Mirzapourdelavar, Inseon Song, Rahul Kaushik and Alexander Dityatev)

Targeting perisynaptic ECM mediated synaptic dysfunction in cerebral small vessel disease (Mahsima Khoshneviszadeh, Solveig Jandke, Rahul Kaushik, Stefanie Schreiber and Alexander Dityatev)

The perisynaptic extracellular matrix (ECM) of the aging brain: impact of enriched environment and neuromodulation on ECM composition and cognitive performance (Jana Schulze, Eckart D. Gundelfinger and Constanze I. Seidenbecher)

Mechanosensitive and astrocytic contributions to synaptic plasticity during aging (Danai Katsere, Anne Stellmacher, Anke Müller and Daniela C. Dieterich)

Hippocampal interneuron circuits during cognitive decline (Katharina Klinger, Gürsel Caliskan and Oliver Stork)

Impact of stress on aging of BDNF-dependent synaptic and cognitive functions (Jeimmy Marcela Ceron Gonzalez, Thomas Endres and Volkmar Leßmann)

Effects of L-DOPA on memory consolidation in high- and low-performing amyloid-negative older adults (Elisa Lancini, Dorothea Hammerer, Matthew Betts and Emrah Düzel)

Learning from mistakes: Cholinergic modulation of interactions between performance monitoring and long-term memory (Alexander Weuthen and Markus Ullsperger)