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chronological age

chronological age n.

chronological age n.

Circulating Proteomic Signatures of Chronological Age

Chronological Age and Equal Rights

Glycans Are a Novel Biomarker of Chronological and Biological Ages

Dynamics of Cognitive Aging: Distinguishing Functional Age and Disease from Chronologic Age in a Population

Are Gujarati Asian Indians ‘older’ for their ‘vascular age’ as compared to their ‘Chronological age’?

Disentangling chronological age from age of onset in children and adolescents with obsessive–compulsive disorder

Towards a sustainable healthy working life: associations between chronological age, functional age and work outcomes

Modeling the Rate of Senescence: Can Estimated Biological Age Predict Mortality More Accurately Than Chronological Age?

Chronological Age-Grading of House Flies by Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

The epigenetic clock and telomere length are independently associated with chronological age and mortality

Distinct DNA methylation changes highly correlated with chronological age in the human brain

Are Glycans the Holy Grail for Biomarkers of Aging? (Comment on: Glycans Are a Novel Biomarker of Chronological and Biological Age by Kristic et al.)

Discrimination between chronological and ovarian age in infertile women aged 35 years and older: predicting pregnancy using basal follicle stimulating hormone, age and number of ovulation induction/intra-uterine insemination cycles*

The involvement of GSH in the activation of human Sod1 linked to FALS in chronologically aged yeast cells

Testosterone, sex hormone-binding globulin and free androgen index among adult women: chronological and ovarian aging

Chronic Inhibition of the Respiratory Chain in Human Fibroblast Cultures: Differential Responses Related to Subject Chronological and Biological Age

 

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1 Actual age from birth regardless of development level. Chronological age is a measure of the time a person has spent out of the womb interacting with the environment. It is inseparably associated with biological growth and experience. Since individual growth rates vary widely, children of the same chronological age show marked differences in strength, motor proficiency, etc.

2 In anthropometry, the difference between the date of observation and the date of birth in years, months, and days.

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