The NetAge website, launched on June 15th 2009, at http://netage-project.org,
gives visitors a wealth of information about the microRNA-regulated
protein-protein interaction networks which are involved in complex
processes of aging and age-related diseases, and ultimately in the
determination of longevity.
By making these resources available online, we hope to provide the scientific community with a solid platform for biogerontological research, and encourage greater participation in systems biology experiments. This, in turn, might shed more light on the public and private mechanisms of aging and could open a new avenue for inspiring the attempts on life span extension, a major goal of biogerontology.
Цитировано с главной страницы проекта (http://netage-project.org),
подробную информацию можно найти в статье Tacutu R, Budovsky A, Fraifeld V. The NetAge database: a compendium of networks for longevity, age-related diseases and associated processes. Biogerontology 2010.