|Overexpression of Cat and Sod1 ||Simultaneous overexpression of catalase and Sod1 results in a one-third (i.e. 30%) lifespan extension, a slower rate of mortality acceleration, and a delayed loss in physical performance, but neither has any effect on lifespan alone . ||— ||+30 ||— ||— |
|FPS1S overexpression ||Plants overexpressing FPS1S exhibit a cell death/senescence-like phenotype and grw vigorously than wild-type . In plants with increased FPS activity, the expression of senescence activated gene SAG12 is prematurely induced. ||— ||— ||— ||— |
|SIR2RP1 overexpression ||Overexpression of SIR2RP1 (alias LmSIR2) results in a significant increase in survival of the vertebrate stage under normla axenic culture conditions, but has no effect on survival of the insect stage of the parasite. SIR2RP1 is mainly localized within the cytoplasm . ||— ||— ||— ||— |
|SGS101 chemical induced overexpression ||Chemical induced overexpression of SAG101 causes precocious senescence in both attached and detached leaves of transgenic plants . ||— ||— ||— ||— |
|SAG12 overexpression ||Introduction of a SAG12 via bacterial gene transfer (pSAG12:ipt) increases longevity. The gene results in enhanced production of the hormone Cytokinin which affects growth and development as well as stimulates cell division and thereby extends the lifespan. pSAG::ipt transgenic plants exhibit delayed leaf senescence, increased branching and reduced internodal length. The leaves and flowers of the pSAG12:ipt plants are reduced in size and display a more intense coloration [http://www.wissenschaft.de/wissenschaft/news/316062.html; http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2229/12/156/abstract; Garcia-Sogo et al. 2012]. ||— ||— ||— ||— |
|Hsp22 doxycyline-regulated overexpression ||Doxycyline-regulated overexpression of Hsp22 makes animals more sensitive to heat and oxidative stress as well as reduces the mean lifespan by up to 21%, particularly at higher culture temperature .
||— ||-21 ||— ||— |
|git3 constitutive activative mutation ||Constitutive activation of the G-alpha subunit acting downstream of Git3 accelerates aging and inhibits the effect of DR . || ||— ||— ||— |
|atf1 overexpression ||Overexpressing atf1 is not sufficient to promote chronological lifespan extension in cells lacking sty1 . || ||— ||— ||— |
|wis1 constitutive active mutation ||Constitutive active mutation of wis1 extends chronological lifespan and there is no further beneficial effect of DR . || ||— ||— ||— |
|gpa2 constitutive active mutation ||Constitutive active mutation of gpa2 (alias git8) decreases chronological lifespan under AL (2% glucose) and almost completely cancels out the lifespan extending effect of DR (0.2% glucose) . || ||— ||— ||— |
|HES1 overexpression ||Elevation of HES1 levels by an ERG6 promoter reduces mean, median and maximum replicative lifespan by 25, 18 and 29% [Geber et al., unpublished] ||Yeast ||-25 ||-18 ||-29 |
|CIT2 overexpression ||Overexpression of CIT2 has no effect on replicative lifespan . ||Yeast ||— ||— ||— |
|HSP104 overexpression ||Overexpression of HSP104 driven by GAL promoter is insufficient to extend replicative lifespan . Overproduction of HSP104 in wild-type cells has no effect on replicative life span, but suppresses the reduced lifespan of Sir2-deficient cells . HSP104 overproduction is sufficient to induce thermotolerance . ||Yeast ||— ||— ||— |
|LAG2 overexpression ||When LAG2 is overexpressed in SP1 strain, the mean and maximum replicative lifespan is extended by about 36% and 54%, respectively. Overexpression induced at generation 12 similarly increases replicative lifespan . ||Yeast ||+36 ||— ||+54 |
|MPT5 overexpression ||Overexpression of MPT5 from the ADH promoter extends replicative lifespan by about 20% in W303R  and by 25% in PSY142 .
MPT5 overexpression suppresses the temperature phenotype of POP2 mutant . ||Yeast ||+20 to +25 ||— ||— |
|PNC1 overexpression ||Cells with 5 copies of PNC1 have a 70% longer replicative lifespan which is cancelled out by SIR2 deletion. Overexpression of PNC1 suppresses the effect of exogenously added nicotinamide on Sir2-dependent silencing at HM loci, telomeres and rDNA loci [12736687; 14729974]. PNC1 overexpression suppresses the inhibitory effect of exogenously added NAM on silencing, lifespan, and Hst1-mediated transcriptional repression . Increased expression of PNC1 is both necessary and sufficient for replicative lifespan extension by DR and low-intensity stress. Under non-stressing conditions (2% glucose, 30 degree Celsius), a strain with additional copies of PNC1 (5XPNC1) has 70% longer replicative lifespan than the wild-type and some cells live for more than 70 divisions. Neither DR nor heat stress further increase the lifespan of the 5XPNC1 strain . ||Yeast ||+70 ||— ||— |
|RAS1 overxpression ||No lifespan extension results from overexpression of RAS1 (in SP1) . ||Yeast ||— ||— ||— |
|RPL31A deletion ||Deletion of RPL31A increases mean replicative lifespan by 45% . Mean replicative lifespan increases by 35% in the alpha strain and 50% in a strain [19030232; 18423200]. Mean replicative lifespan of the RPL31A deletion mutant increases by 35% in the ORF collection and by 29% in the remade strain . RPL31A deletion increases significantly replicative lifespan . Deletion of RPL31A extends replicative lifespan and is not further extended by 0.05% glucose restriction . ||Yeast ||+29 to +50 ||— ||— |
|SCP1 overexpression ||Overexpression of SCP1 leads to elevuated ROS levels and reduces chronological lifespan . ||Yeast ||— ||— ||— |
|SGS1 overexpression ||Overexpression of SGS1 extends the maximum lifespan of cells lacking SRS2, but not the mean lifespan . ||Yeast ||— ||— ||— |
|SIR2 overexpression ||Integration of a second copy of SIR2 into the wild-type strain leads to an extension of replicative lifespan by around 35% in W303R strain. 0.05% glucose restriction further extends replicative lifespan of SIR2 overexpression mutant . Overexpression extends replicative lifespan in several strains, but not in PSY316 ||Yeast ||+35 ||— ||— |
|SIR3 activating mutation ||The S755A allele of SIR3 (which prevents phosphorylation of Sir3) results in a 40% increase in mean and maximum lifespan . ||Yeast ||+40 ||— ||+40 |
|SNF1 overexpression ||Overexpression (high-copy 2 micro expression) of SNF1 shortens replicative lifespan to 75% of wild-type and is accompanied by signs of premature ageing, including proegressive sterility, enlargment and fragmentation of the nucleus, redistribution of Sir3 to the nucleus, and more rapid accumulation of extrachromosomal rDNA circles . SNF1 overexpression also reduced chronological lifespan . ||Yeast ||-25 ||— ||— |
|SOD1 overexpression ||The overexpression of Sods, mitochondrial Sod2 and cytosolic CuZnSod (Sod1), in combination delays the age-dependent reversible inactivation of mitochondrial aconitase, a superoxide-sensitive enzyme, and extends chronological lifespan by 30% . Overexpression of SOD1 with CCS1 levuates the level of Cn, Zn-Sod activity and increased chronological lifespan. However overexpression of SOD1 without high cooper or simultonous overexpression of CCS1 shortened both chronological and replicative lifespan . Overexpression of SOD1 has no effect on replicative lifespan .
||Yeast ||— ||— ||— |
|SOD2 overexpression ||Combined overexpression of SOD1 and SOD2 extends chronological lifespan by 30% in EG103 strain .
||Yeast ||— ||— ||— |