Research Paper Volume 14, Issue 2 pp 623—659

A catalogue of omics biological ageing clocks reveals substantial commonality and associations with disease risk


Figure 1. Multiple omics estimate chronological age, to varying degrees of accuracy, in a broadly unbiased manner. The correlations of chronAge on the y-axis with ages estimated by the omics ageing clock (OCA) in the ORCADES testing sample. Pearson correlation coefficient (r) and the slope of the regression of OCA on chronAge are indicated in each panel. Identity line indicated in black.