Study Points to Methylation-based 'Clock' for Determining Tissue Age | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Methylation marks across the human genome may make up an "epigenetic clock" for gauging the chronological age of various tissues in the human body, according to a study published online last night in Genome Biology.

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