Research Paper Volume 9, Issue 8 pp 1916—1925
MortalityPredictors.org: a manually-curated database of published biomarkers of human all-cause mortality
- 1 BioAge Labs, Berkeley, CA 94703, USA
received: March 23, 2017 ; accepted: August 25, 2017 ; published: August 31, 2017 ;https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.101280
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Biomarkers of all-cause mortality are of tremendous clinical and research interest. Because of the long potential duration of prospective human lifespan studies, such biomarkers can play a key role in quantifying human aging and quickly evaluating any potential therapies. Decades of research into mortality biomarkers have resulted in numerous associations documented across hundreds of publications. Here, we present