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TeloTool: a new tool for telomere length measurement from terminal restriction fragment analysis with improved probe intensity correction

Nucleic Acids Research

Dec 25, 2013

Janett GöhringKarel Riha

Abstract

Telomeres comprise the protective caps of natural chromosome ends and function in the suppression of DNA damage signaling and cellular senescence. Therefore, techniques used to determine telomere length are important in a number of studies, ranging from those investigating telomeric str...read more

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Visual Suppression
Nucleic Acid Probes
Metabolic Suppression
Signal Transduction
Telomere Lengthening
Smear Sample
Smear Test
Southern Blot Assay (Procedure)
Cell Aging
Chromosomes
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TeloTool: a new tool for telomere length measurement from terminal restriction fragment analysis with improved probe intensity correction

Nucleic Acids Research

Dec 25, 2013

Janett GöhringKarel Riha

PMID: 24366880

DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkt1315

Abstract

Telomeres comprise the protective caps of natural chromosome ends and function in the suppression of DNA damage signaling and cellular senescence. Therefore, techniques used to determine telomere length are important in a number of studies, ranging from those investigating telomeric str...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Visual Suppression
Nucleic Acid Probes
Metabolic Suppression
Signal Transduction
Telomere Lengthening
Smear Sample
Smear Test
Southern Blot Assay (Procedure)
Cell Aging
Chromosomes
2
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