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Derived Form of telomere

plural: telomeres
either (free) end of a eukaryotic chromosome
  1. telomeres act as caps to keep the sticky ends of chromosomes from randomly clumping together
Type ofend,
Part ofchromosome,

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  1. No, actually, seriously, I test my telomere length.
  2. I test my telomere length, which is a measurement of the average length of the telomeres that
  3. attain and something we can test with telomere length.
  4. These are the end caps on your chromosomes. And every time a cell divides the telomere gets a bit shorter.
  5. Curly and I are getting the telomere testing done.
  6. We're gonna talk about the telomere test.
  7. A telomere is the nub at the end of your chromosome.
  8. Better than telomere length which is so flawed
  9. and some of them are telomere shortening,
  10. They looked at immunosenescence, and then they also looked at telomere lengths.
  11. time regardless of telomere length. While much of this gets automatically repaired via
  12. So, these scientists looked at telomere length markers of senescence.
  13. telomere length, they looked at senescence, immunosenescence, they looked at all sorts
  14. some of that telomere DNA.
  15. and that worn down telomere sends a signal to the cells.
  16. has made clear that telomere attrition
  17. So telomere length wasn't just a matter of age counted in years.
  18. added their expertise to telomere research,
  19. and looked at their caregiver's telomere maintenance capacity
  20. Could they impact our telomere maintenance as well?