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Genetic markers show dogs start out aging faster than people, then quickly slow down.

Instead, the biggest difference was in the blood levels of creatine kinase and lactate dehydrogenase, both markers of muscle damage, which were significantly elevated immediately after the race and 24 hours later in the crampers.

By tracking both physical and mental health markers, Emerald offers a unique window into the illness.

Tackling covidTate Ryan-MosleyAugust 19, 2020MIT Technology Review

These markers can be sussed out using well-known techniques, like DNA sequencing and mass spectrometry.

Tackling covidTate Ryan-MosleyAugust 19, 2020MIT Technology Review

Each year, they also placed markers on the moving glacier surface as reference points.

Indeed, after ROS appeared a week into the flies’ sleep deprivation, markers of oxidative damage soared — a sign that cells were in crisis.

Why Sleep Deprivation KillsVeronique GreenwoodJune 4, 2020Quanta Magazine

I thought the old German woman's house was mighty nice; but it wasn't a marker 'longside of this.

Hits and misses are signalled by a marker stationed, rather perilously, by the side of the butt.

They 136should be provided with a 2-inch marker, for use in making the hems in the top of the bibs.

Some books are given a marker; this is made of silk ribbon or of a cheaper kind specially woven for the purpose.

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