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Intrachromosomal location of the telomeric repeat (TTAGGG)n

Weber, Bernhard H. F. , Allen, L, Magenis, R E, Goodfellow, P J, Smith, L and Hayden, M R (1991) Intrachromosomal location of the telomeric repeat (TTAGGG)n. Mammalian Genome 1 (4), pp. 211-216.

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Eukaryotic telomeres are specialized DNA-protein structures that are thought to ensure chromosomal stability and complete replication of the chromosome ends. All telomeres which have been studied consist of a tandem array of G-rich repeats which seem to be sufficient for telomere function. Originally, the human telomeric repeat (TTAGGG)n was assumed to be exclusively located at the very end of ...


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Institutions:Medicine > Lehrstuhl für Humangenetik
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