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Albumin, CRP, and Creatinine: Better Markers Of Longevity Than Lipoproteins And Glycemic Status

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Albumin really appears to be a significant marker, at least according to this study. I followed the link to the study and it appears to me that the mean albumin at 100 was around 4 for those who lived longer than 110, am I seeing this correctly.

4 is a respectable number at 100, although based on the study below it appears normal for those 80 to 90 years-olds, with a steeper decline after (so the supercentenarians delay their albumin drop by a decade or two):

Age and sex variation in serum albumin concentration: an observational study (sagepub.com)

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