GrimAge can calculate the time you have left to live


As we age, our DNA experiences chemical changes called DNA methylation (DNAm).
This is known as the epigenetic clock.
New and improved version developed by Professor Steve Horvath at UCLA.
DNAm system takes measurements of methylation at 353 places on the DNA
The estimator predicts lifespan after adjusting for chronological age and other risk factors.
GrimAge also predicts time until suffering from cancer or heart disease.

Will enable faster analysis of anti-aging treatments
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