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Despite recognizing aging as a common risk factor of many human diseases, little is known about its molecular traits. To identify age-associated proteins circulating in human blood, we screened 156 individuals aged 50–92 using exploratory and multiplexed affinity proteomics assays. Profiling eight additional study sets (N = 3,987), performing antibody validation, and conducting a meta-analysis revealed a consistent age association (P = 6.61 × 10−6) for circulating histidine-rich glycoproteindoi:10.26508/lsa.202000817 pmid:32737166 fatcat:nhxubyisrfg6rfk75uwwp5hrs4