Dec 9, 2015

The reported healthy ageing gene expression score: lack of predictive value in two cohorts

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Luke C PillingDavid Melzer

Abstract

Sood et al. report a multi-tissue RNA signature "predictive of human health, using only peripheral blood samples". We tested this score in blood in two independent, larger cohorts and found no associations with age or related phenotypes, including strength, interleukin-6 or mortality.

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Peripheral Blood
Gene Expression
Blood
Aging
In Blood
Interleukin-6
IL6
Muscle Strength
Blood Specimen
Recombinant Interleukin-6

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