The assessment of biological age and sex differences of human aging.
- Published Article
Experimental aging research
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1983
Biological age can be assessed by means of clinical parameters. Some parameters are more suitable than others; criteria for a rational selection of such parameters are discussed in detail. The main tool used in this essay is multiple linear regression. The data reveal a characteristic sex difference in human and, presumably, mammalian aging.
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