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A retrospective examination of mean relative telomere length in the Tasmanian Familial Hematological Malignancies Study

Blackburn, Nicholas B.; Charlesworth, Jac; Marthick, James R.; Tegg, Elizabeth M.; Marsden, Katherine A.; Srikanth, Velandi; Blangero, John; Lowenthal, Ray M.; Foote, Simon; Dickinson, Joanne L.


Telomere length has a biological link to cancer, with excessive telomere shortening leading to genetic instability and resultant malignant transformation. Telomere length is heritable and genetic variants determining telomere length have been identified.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: Oncology Reports
DOI: 10.3892/or.2014.3568
Access Rights: Open Access


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