volume 10, issue 3, P492-514 2018
DOI: 10.18632/aging.101407
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Abstract: A conceptual difficulty in genetics of age-related phenotypes that make individuals vulnerable to disease in post-reproductive life is genetic heterogeneity attributed to an undefined role of evolution in establishing their molecular mechanisms. Here, we performed univariate and pleiotropic genome-wide meta-analyses of 20 age-related phenotypes leveraging longitudinal information in a sample of 33,431 individuals and dealing with the natural-selection–free genetic heterogeneity. We identified 142 non-proxy sin…

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