Monthly Archives: November 2019

Towards a consensus definition of biological aging workshop in Cambridge, 2020

Current clinically focused biological aging research, or translational geroscience is going through incredible progress. There‚Äôs finally an emerging scientific consensus about our understanding of the major molecular and cellular hallmark processes driving biological aging. Yet, this consensus is not reflected in a consensus definition of what biological aging is. In the literature, for some reason, […]

Re-making the oral microbiome component to tell more

Dear AgeCurve Users, We have disabled reporting oral microbiome features within the AgeCurve App due to the following reasons: We have always been focusing on reporting deep proteomic aging patterns using expression levels of human proteins and reporting oral microbiome information next to this core information has been confusing for many users. Basically we have […]