Biological Clock Hidden In Our DNA Can Identify Ages Of Specific Tissues, Scientist Says

“The epigenetic clock really allows someone to objectively measure the age of cells and tissues,” study author Dr. Steve Horvath, a professor of human genetics and biostatistics at the University of California, Los Angeles, told The Huffington Post. “Therefore, it can be used to study aging.”

Can’t wait to hear “your calendar age is 28, your heart is 49, and your liver is 62.”

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Steve Horvath

via HuffPo

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