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in development Minimum Information for Publication of PCR-based Telomere Length Measurement

Abbreviation: MIPTL


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The Minimum Information for Publication of PCR-based Telomere Length Measurement (MIPTL) was developed to reflect the current recommendations of the Telomere Research Network (TRN) for best practices of the measurement of telomere length in population-based studies. These recommendations are offered as initial guidelines for researchers, reviewers, and scientific research officers, and are considered minimal reporting guidelines for PCR-based measurement of telomere length.



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Telomere length measurement by qPCR – Summary of critical factors and recommendations for assay design

Jue Lin, Dana L. Smith, Kyle Esteves, Stacy Drury
Psychoneuroendocrinology 2019

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