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Predicting health and life span with the deep plasma proteome

Recent large-scale proteomic studies reveal the association of levels of circulating proteins with life span and many health-related outcomes.

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Fig. 1: Proteomics measures for aging and health.

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L.L.J. is an employee and stockholder of Novartis. V.E. and V.G. declare no competing interests.

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Emilsson, V., Gudnason, V. & Jennings, L.L. Predicting health and life span with the deep plasma proteome. Nat Med 25, 1815–1816 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-019-0677-y

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