Aston University Joins EU Age-related Biomarker Study | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Aston University, in Birmingham, UK, will collaborate in an EU-funded study aimed at finding biomarkers for human aging. Scientists at Aston's School of Life and Health Sciences will conduct proteomics studies of blood samples to find biomarkers related to aging for the MARK-AGE study, which is a five-year study funded with €12 million ($17.1 million) under the Seventh Research Framework Programme.

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