Biomarkers of aging

  title={Biomarkers of aging},
  author={George T. Baker and Richard L. Sprott},
  journal={Experimental Gerontology},

Recent results: Biomarkers of aging

Biomarkers of age and aging

Biomarkers of Aging.

  • X. Bai
  • Medicine, Biology
    Advances in experimental medicine and biology
  • 2018
The study found the rate of aging was gradually increased before the age of 75 years old and afterward entered a stable plateau, and the new approach may be needed to investigate the mechanisms and evaluation of aging.

Key questions in developing biomarkers of aging

  • D. Ingram
  • Medicine
    Experimental Gerontology
  • 1988

MARK-AGE biomarkers of ageing

Biomarkers of Aging and Survival Kinetics

Attention is focused on the changing distribution of biological parameters in a heterogeneous population and how the lack of consideration of this aspect can lead to misinterpretation of experimental findings, and to kinetics of putative aging biomarkers quantitatively and qualitatively different from what is expected on a purely biological basis.

A method for identifying biomarkers of aging and constructing an index of biological age in humans.

  • E. NakamuraK. Miyao
  • Medicine
    The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
  • 2007
A logistic regression analysis suggested that aging rate was influenced by environmental factors, but peak functional capacity was almost independent of environmental factors.



Physiological system markers of aging

  • E. Masoro
  • Medicine
    Experimental Gerontology
  • 1988

Normal Human Aging: The Baltimore Longitudinal Study on Aging

Normal Human Aging is an overview of the first 23 years of research findings about the natural course of human aging. The Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging was started in 1958 to "trace the

Senescence. Pathology facing medicine's ultimate issue.

The essay reviews current procedures used to estimate biological age (ie, to quantitate discrepancies between chronological and biological age), and the conceptual basis of these procedures, and a new definition of aging is proposed: a time-dependent, irreversible shift from environmental to intrinsic causation of disease.

Toward the behavioral assessment of biological aging in the laboratory mouse: concepts, terminology, and objectives.

  • D. Ingram
  • Psychology
    Experimental aging research
  • 1983
The thesis is presented that much of the controversy and confusion concerning the measurement of biological aging stems from the lack of agreement on clearly defined objectives, constructs, and

The measurement of biological age.

Criteria for measuring biological age in gerontological research are presented, and their theoretical prerequisites as well as concrete applications discussed.

Impaired pulmonary function as a risk factor for mortality.

Prospective follow-up information obtained between 1976 and 1981 on mortality among 2539 individuals showed that pulmonary function impairment is a risk factor for short-term mortality, even when