Chronological age isn't necessarily the same as cellular age. A middle-aged person may have a biological age of plus or minus 15 years.
- biological age is a better indicator of future health
- dozens of different aging markers study - including glycan, telomere length and methylation patterns
- different parts of body can age at different rates
- brains of older people who exercise regularly look 10 years younger
- looking older could be a sign of an underlying disease
Identify where and how you are aging so you can target your anti-aging strategy and employ the most appropriate rejuvenation treatments.
New ageing clocks include ribosomal clock and immune age.
MolClock - Free tool calculates the DNA methylation age using the Skin Specific Molecular Clock
Deep Longevity - AI to track the rate of ageing at the molecular, cellular, tissue, organ, system, physiological, and psychological levels
TruMe - Use your DNA to monitor your aging with TruAge Index
GlycanAge - Glycan-based test to determine your biological ageMore Biological Age resources
Biological Age Blog Posts
Ambrosia Plasma relaunches - announces improvement in key ageing biomarkers
03-Feb-2020 The Club interviews Jesse Karmazin, CEO, to find out more about the trial, the FDA warning, and the relaunch
Longevity.Technology interviews Adam Freund - Calico’s Principal Investigator
Longevity Technology - 02-Sep-2020
Will be presenting a viable therapeutic strategy using IGF signaling at ARDD 2020Read more...
AI firm Lapetus uses facial recognition for longevity studies
Longevity Technology - 11-Aug-2020
In 60 seconds, can identify ones rate of ageing, BMI, among othersRead more...
LEAF interviews Reason about his views on epigenetic clocks
Life Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 22-Jul-2020
It does seem way to early to be settling for any single type of clock for rejuvenation researchRead more...