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ready Human Ageing Genomic Resources

Abbreviation:HAGR

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The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR) is a collection of databases and tools for the biology and genetics of ageing. HAGR features several databases with high-quality, manually-curated data: 1) GenAge, a database of genes associated with ageing in humans and model organisms; 2) AnAge, an extensive collection of longevity records and complementary traits for over 4,000 vertebrate species; and 3) GenDR, a database containing both gene mutations that interfere with dietary restriction-mediated lifespan extension and consistent gene expression changes induced by dietary restriction.




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The Human Ageing Genomic Resources: online databases and tools for biogerontologists.

de Magalhães JP., Budovsky A., Lehmann G., Costa J., Li Y., Fraifeld V., Church GM.,
Aging Cell 2009

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