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A curated database of aging and life history in animals, including extensive longevity records and complementary traits for > 4000 vertebrate species. AnAge was primarily developed for comparative biology studies, in particular studies of longevity and aging, but can also be useful for ecological and conservation studies and as a reference for zoos and field biologists.


Keywords

senescence, comparative biology, longevity

Resource ID

SCR_001470

Alternate IDs

nlx_152700

Related Condition

Healthy aging, Aging, Healthy

Website Status

Last checked up

Parent Organization

Human Ageing Genomic Resources

Abbreviation(s)

AnAge

Species

animal

Resource Type

Resource, data or information resource, database

Used By

Aging Portal, NIF Data Federation

Availability

Creative Commons Attribution License, v3 Unported

Synonym(s)

Animal Ageing and Longevity Database, AnAge Database of Animal Ageing and Longevity, AnAge: The Animal Ageing and Longevity Database

Proper citation

anage, RRID:SCR_001470

Reference

PMID:23193293

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Human Ageing Genomic Resources: integrated databases and tools for the biology and genetics of ageing.

  • Tacutu R
  • Nucleic Acids Res.
  • 2013 Jan 20

The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR, http://genomics.senescence.info) is a freely available online collection of research databases and tools for the biology and genetics of ageing. HAGR features now several databases with high-quality manually curated data: (i) GenAge, a database of genes associated with ageing in humans and model organisms; (ii) AnAge, an extensive collection of longevity records and complementary traits for >4000 vertebrate species; and (iii) GenDR, a newly incorporated database, containing both gene mutations that interfere with dietary restriction-mediated lifespan extension and consistent gene expression changes induced by dietary restriction. Since its creation about 10 years ago, major efforts have been undertaken to maintain the quality of data in HAGR, while further continuing to develop, improve and extend it. This article briefly describes the content of HAGR and details the major updates since its previous publications, in terms of both structure and content. The completely redesigned interface, more intuitive and more integrative of HAGR resources, is also presented. Altogether, we hope that through its improvements, the current version of HAGR will continue to provide users with the most comprehensive and accessible resources available today in the field of biogerontology.

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AnAge: Longevity Data

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The Animal Aging and Longevity Database includes extensive longevity records and complementary traits for > 4000 vertebrate species. Data quality can be judged by looking at the sample size column and the original references, the last two columns.

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Disclaimers, Credits, and Copyright By using this site, its content, information, and software you agree to assume all risks associated with your use or transfer of information and/or software. The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR) come without warranty of any kind. We, HAGR's coordinators and curators, do not warrant that the site will operate correctly or that the site or its server are free of computer viruses or other harmful devices. You agree to hold HAGR's coordinators and curators harmless from any claims relating to the use of this site. In no event shall we be liable for any use of the HAGR website, its databases, software, or information derived thereof. For documents and software available from HAGR, we do not assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed. Regarding the software, we are not responsible for any damage its use may cause. Use at your own risk. Although copyrighted, you may distribute ARCT according to the same conditions of the GNU public licence. Although we provide information on certain diseases, the information included in HAGR does not serve as medical advice. If you believe you or someone you know suffer from one of such diseases you should contact a qualified physician. We accept no responsibility or liability for any loss, cost, claim or expense arising from any reliance on such content or information. We do not support any commercial products in HAGR and there is no publicity listed in HAGR. All links and references are made based on merit. We are not responsible for these links and do not assume any responsibility for the accuracy or functioning of these. References to products or publications do not imply endorsement of that product or publication. Most content in HAGR is in the public domain. The HAGR design and layout, including graphics such as icons and logos, its software, the data sheets in its databases, including the observations in AnAge and descriptions in GenAge, and the HAGR interface are copyrighted. Copyright © 2002 - 2014 by João Pedro de Magalhães. Some rights are reserved, as detailed in the Creative Commons License. senescence.info is copyrighted and some rights are also reserved, as detailed elsewhere. Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. In brief, HAGR is free for all purposes, including commercial, educational, and research purposes, provided you mention the use of HAGR in subsequent presentations, publications, etc. Although referring the URL might be enough in some cases (e.g., teaching and websites), for scientific publications we ask that you cite HAGR using: Tacutu, R., Craig, T., Budovsky, A., Wuttke, D., Lehmann, G., Taranukha, D., Costa, J., Fraifeld, V. E., de Magalhaes, J. P. (2013) "Human Ageing Genomic Resources: Integrated databases and tools for the biology and genetics of ageing." Nucleic Acids Research 41(D1):D1027-D1033. The above paper refers to all databases and tools in HAGR and please use it to cite any HAGR content, with a few exceptions of specific databases, as follows. For works that only employ the molecular signatures of ageing, please cite: de Magalhaes, J. P., Curado, J., Church, G. M. (2009) "Meta-analysis of age-related gene expression profiles identifies common signatures of aging." Bioinformatics 25(7):875-881. If you employ GenDR, please cite: Wuttke, D., Connor, R., Vora, C., Craig, T., Li, Y., Wood, S., Vasieva, O., Shmookler Reis, R., Tang, F., de Magalhaes, J. P. (2012) "Dissecting the gene network of dietary restriction to identify evolutionarily conserved pathways and new functional genes." PLoS Genetics 8(8):e1002834. If you are only using the molecular signatures of DR, please cite: Plank, M., Wuttke, D., van Dam, S., Clarke, S., de Magalhaes, J. P. (2012) "A meta-analysis of caloric restriction gene expression profiles to infer common signatures and regulatory mechanisms." Molecular BioSystems 8(4):1339-1349. For works only employing the LongevityMap, please cite: Budovsky, A., Craig, T., Wang, J., Tacutu, R., Csordas, A., Lourenco, J., Fraifeld, V. E., de Magalhaes, J. P. (2013) "LongevityMap: A database of human genetic variants associated with longevity." Trends in Genetics 29:559-560. If you contact us, your email will not be sold or given to anyone. It will be used solely by us to send replies to your email or messages related to the topic of your message. HAGR does not use cookies. Your IP is recorded when you access HAGR for security reasons and to obtain statistics on HAGR usage. You may link freely to our databases. 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