2021’s busiest researcher took time out this month to update progress on epigenetic clocks:
Hallmarks of aging aren’t all associated with epigenetic aging.
Interventions that increase cellular lifespan aren’t all associated with epigenetic aging.
Many of his authored or coauthored 2021 papers developed human / mammalian species relative-age epigenetic clocks.
Relative-age epigenetic clocks better predict human results from animal testing.
Previously curated papers that were mentioned or relevant included:
- Your pet’s biological age;
- A bat epigenetic clock;
- Smoke and die early, while your twin lives on;
- The next phase of reversing aging and immunosenescent trends;
- A rejuvenation therapy and sulforaphane;
- What drives cellular aging?;
- The epigenetic clock now includes skin;
- The epigenetic clock theory of aging; and
- Using an epigenetic clock to distinguish cellular aging from senescence.