Aging is associated with a wide range of human disorders, including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular, and neurodegenerative diseases. Aging is associated with profound epigenetic changes, resulting in alterations of gene expression and disturbances in broad genome architecture and the epigenomic landscape.
The potential reversibility of these epigenetic changes that occur as a hallmark of aging offers exciting opportunities to alter the trajectory of age-related diseases.
Related Journals of Aging Epigenetics
Journal of Aging Science, Journal of Aging Studies, Journal of Aging and Health, Journal on Aging Research, Psychology and Aging, Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, Current Aging Science.