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Gender and telomere length: Systematic review and meta-analysis

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  • Michael Gardner
  • David Bann
  • Laura Wiley
  • Rachel Cooper
  • Rebecca Hardy
  • Dorothea Nitsch
  • Carmen Martin-Ruiz
  • Paul Shiels
  • Avan Aihie Sayer
  • Michelangela Barbieri
  • Sofie Bekaert
  • Claus Bischoff
  • Angela Brooks-Wilson
  • Wei Chen
  • Cyrus Cooper
  • Kaare Christensen
  • Tim De Meyer
  • Ian Deary
  • Geoff Der
  • Ana Diez Roux
  • Annette Fitzpatrick
  • Anjum Hajat
  • Julius Halaschek-Wiener
  • Sarah Harris
  • Steven C Hunt
  • Carol Jagger
  • Hyo-Sung Jeon
  • Robert Kaplan
  • Masayuki Kimura
  • Peter Lansdorp
  • Changyong Li
  • Toyoki Maeda
  • Massimo Mangino
  • Tim S Nawrot
  • Peter Nilsson
  • Katarina Nordfjall
  • Giuseppe Paolisso
  • Fu Ren
  • Karl Riabowol
  • Tony Robertson
  • Goran Roos
  • Jan A Staessen
  • Tim Spector
  • Nelson Tang
  • Brad Unryn
  • Pim van der Harst
  • Jean Woo
  • Chao Xing
  • Mohammad E Yadegarfar
  • Jae Yong Park
  • Halcyon study team

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)15-27
Number of pages13
JournalExperimental gerontology
Volume51
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2014

Abstract

It is widely believed that females have longer telomeres than males, although results from studies have been contradictory.

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