NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A UK-based startup is offering direct-to-consumer proteomics analyses aimed at assessing users' aging processes and biological ages.

Formally launched at the end of 2015, the company, named AgeCurve, has recently begun offering its service to customers, said Attila Csordas, its founder and director. Csordas is also a bioinformatician at the European Bioinformatics Institute's PRIDE database, one of the major repositories for proteomics data, where he has worked for the last seven years.

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