Predicted median life expectancy at age 65 years by sex and the 5 quintiles for PhenoAgeAccel.
figureposted on 2018-12-31, 18:29 authored by Zuyun Liu, Pei-Lun Kuo, Steve Horvath, Eileen Crimmins, Luigi Ferrucci, Morgan Levine
Q1–Q5 indicate the 5 quintiles of PhenoAgeAccel. Results are based on parametric survival models (Gompertz distribution) that include quintiles of PhenoAgeAccel, chronological age, and sex. Estimates represent the predicted age by which 50% of the population is expected to have died for each sex by quintile group, assuming a baseline age of 65 years.
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