Data from: Ultra-long telomeres shorten with age in nestling great tits but are static in adults and mask attrition of short telomeres

Els Atema, Ellis Mulder, Arie J. Van Noordwijk & Simon Verhulst
Telomere length (TL) is increasingly used as a biomarker of senescence, but measuring telomeres remains a challenge. Within tissue samples, TL varies between cells and chromosomes. Class I telomeres are (presumably static) interstitial telomeric sequences, and terminal telomeres have been divided in shorter (Class II) telomeres and ultra-long (Class III) telomeres, and the presence of the latter varies strongly between species. Class II telomeres typically shorten with age, but little is known of Class III...
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