Table 1 Example of Eq. 2 application to predict age on the basis of glucose metabolism markers.

From: Discrete Changes in Glucose Metabolism Define Aging

Sample ID Biochemical markers predicted age (years) real age (years) abs (error) (years)
OCR-Succinate P/O-Pyr + Mal P/O-Succinate ATP-Pyr + Mal AMP MDA LDH ATP/AMP
#165/2017 12.24 2.69 1.38 29.93 0.57 3.73 205.98 2.49 34 30 +4
#228/2017 11.35 2.36 1.34 31.26 0.66 4.21 241.56 2.19 40 35 +5
#416/2016 12.63 0.96 1.19 15.67 0.56 6.95 326.47 1.87 57 54 +3
#91/2017 12.74 0.86 0.62 11.75 0.56 5.46 265.11 1.11 58 56 +2
#81/2017 10.45 1.28 0.88 14.4 0.65 6.53 301.27 0.79 59 55 +4
#418/2016 19.31 1.03 0.87 23.65 0.53 8.29 345.19 1.5 61 66 +5
#83/2017 16.21 0.86 0.98 11.02 0.72 5.99 265.78 0.61 62 57 +5
#509/2016 23.28 1.36 0.48 16.69 0.79 9.41 251.36 0.68 66 65 +1
#517/2016 43.64 0.25 0.23 5.55 0.53 9.63 285.41 1.49 70 64 +6
#76/2017 17.12 1.06 1.07 14.22 0.82 9.2 302.75 0.44 70 69 +1
#504/2016 39.16 0.48 0.2 7.17 0.49 12.75 256.78 1.85 72 72 0
#506/2016 50.6 0.29 0.4 5.25 0.66 9.18 298.75 0.88 72 71 +1
#75/2017 9.87 0.73 0.21 11.43 0.8 10.99 382.89 0.39 77 83 −6
#94/2017 13.64 0.44 0.39 7.24 0.8 13.93 385.14 0.38 85 82 +3
  1. The table represents an example of Eq. 2 application on 14 subjects randomly extracted from the test set. For each subject, the biochemical markers of glucose metabolism, the real and predicted ages and their difference are reported.