The Digital Ageing Atlas: integrating the diversity of age-related changes into a unified resource

@inproceedings{Craig2015TheDA,
  title={The Digital Ageing Atlas: integrating the diversity of age-related changes into a unified resource},
  author={Thomas Craig and Chris Smelick and Robi Tacutu and Daniel Wuttke and Shona H. Wood and Henry Stanley and Georges Janssens and Ekaterina Savitskaya and Alexey Moskalev and Robert Arking and Jo{\~a}o Pedro de Magalh{\~a}es},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2015}
}
Multiple studies characterizing the human ageing phenotype have been conducted for decades. However, there is no centralized resource in which data on multiple age-related changes are collated. Currently, researchers must consult several sources, including primary publications, in order to obtain age-related data at various levels. To address this and facilitate integrative, system-level studies of ageing we developed the Digital Ageing Atlas (DAA). The DAA is a one-stop collection of human age… CONTINUE READING

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