Epigenetic Age Analysis Service
The Most Accurate Biological Age Quantification Service
What is the DNAge Epigenetic Clock
Aging is the largest risk factor for many chronic diseases including cancer, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, and type 2 diabetes. Therefore, quantifying the biological age is a fundamental step of understanding diseases and designing anti-aging intervention. Dr. Steve Horvath's epigenetic clock, the gold standard of aging clocks, predicts biological age by measuring DNA methylation at multiple sites [1, 2].
Accelerated epigenetic age has been associated with a lot of age-related conditions and diseases by independent research studies such as certain types of cancer [3, 4], obesity  and frailty . Recently, a small clinical trial showed that the epigenetic clock, in agreement with the immunological and thymic measurements, could be turned back by a 3-part treatment cocktail. This indicates the power of epigenetic clock in identifying the effectiveness of anti-aging intervention on an accelerated timescale .
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 Horvath, S., DNA methylation age of human tissues and cell types. Genome Biol, 2013. 14(10): p. R115.
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