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Fig. 1 | Clinical Epigenetics

Fig. 1

From: Obesity accelerates epigenetic aging in middle-aged but not in elderly individuals

Fig. 1

a Association between ΔAGE (difference between chronological age and epigenetic age in years) and BMI in young adults of the Young Finns Study (mean age of 19.2 years). Association is non-significant (r = −0.110, p = 0.138). b Association between ΔAGE and BMI in middle-aged individuals of the Young Finns Study (mean age of 44.2 years, follow-up from Fig. 1a). Correlation is significant (r = 0.281, p = 0.0001)

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