Review Volume 11, Issue 22 pp 10771—10780

Deep biomarkers of aging and longevity: from research to applications

Figure 3. Disease-relevant aging clocks and Intervention-relevant aging clocks. The disease-relevant clock may indicate the presence or onset of a specific disease (e.g. the patient consistently "looks" older to the system then the chronological age). Intervention-relevant clocks may change in response to the intervention (e.g. the patient is consistently predicted younger than the chronological age in response to intervention).