We use the Horvarth clock to measure biological age.
This epigenetic "clock" is based on a set of 353 DNA methylation sites that are sufficient to accurately predict biological age in different cells and tissues [Horvath 2013]. The epigenetic clock can be used to determine a person's biological age, which could soon contribute to better diagnosis and disease classification in medical research.
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