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Tag: Proteomics

Omics
The latest research in Aging Cell has brought to light new insights into the biology of aging and associated therapeutic candidates. What is multi-omics? "-omics" refers to branches of molecular biology that attempt to characterize and/or quantify their components in totality, often using recently developed big data technologies. For example, genetics is the study of...
Dr. Gordon Lauc at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020
In this presentation given at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020, Dr. Gordan Lauc of GlycanAge discusses glycans and protein glycosylation, explaining that the glycoproteome is more complex than epigenetics and genetics. He expresses the idea that, as we age, our glycoproteome becomes destabilized and that glycans can be used to return this neglected aspect of aging...
DNA data
A new analysis has revealed a core set of genes involved in aging in both humans and mice. Together with a broader set of age-related genes assembled by the study [1], this resource will serve as a launching point for further investigations of the mechanisms behind aging and age-related diseases. The heart of the matter...
Osteoporosis
Recently, a group of South Korean scientists has analyzed the blood proteome of mice to determine how it changes with age and to identify aging-related proteins that have previously eluded researchers. After identifying several such proteins, the group focused on a specific protein, cadherin-13, that seems to prevent age-related bone loss [1]. The plasma proteome...
Hand blood vessels
A new blood test could reveal your age, according to a new study published in Nature Medicine by researchers at the Wyss-Coray Lab at the Stanford School of Medicine [1]. Your real age is written in your blood The study saw researchers examining blood samples and the levels of various proteins within them in order...