What is Flow FISH telomere testing?

Flow FISH testing is a well-established process used for determining telomere length. In this blog we explore how it works and what the results can show us… What is Flow FISH and how does it work? Flow FISH is a telomere measurement technique that combines the use of fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) with flow […]

Top tips for telomere testing

Below you will find the 4 most important pieces of advice we want to share, to ensure successful and efficient telomere length testing with RepeatDx! For more advice, you can also watch our video outlining the process of sample preparation and shipment here.

Six conditions telomere length information is important for

The infographic below highlights some of the key medical conditions that telomere length analysis can be important for. The information provided by telomere length analysis can help aid diagnosis, treatment planning and disease course prediction. As research is ongoing we’re going to keep learning about new situations where telomere length information could be extremely useful. […]

Team Telomere launches inspiring new video

Team Telomere, in collaboration with RepeatDx, have just launched a brand-new video explaining telomere biology disorders. We are very pleased to be able to share with you the new Team Telomere video launched this week! The video runs through what telomeres are, what causes telomere biology disorders, what the symptoms can be and how they […]

6-panel versus 2-panel telomere length tests

RepeatDx offers both 2- and 6-panel telomere length analysis tests, here we’ll take a look at the differences and what you should consider when determining which test to order. Telomere length analysis has emerged as an important diagnostic and screening tool for a range of telomere maintenance conditions including: Dyskeratosis congenita Pulmonary fibrosis Bone marrow […]

Dyskeratosis Congenita, Telomere Biology Disorders and the role of telomere length testing

Find out more about Dyskeratosis Congenita and Telomere Biology Disorders; what causes them, why the symptoms can vary and the importance of an accurate diagnosis. What is Dyskeratosis Congenita? Dyskeratosis Congenita (DC) is an inherited bone marrow failure syndrome that develops as a result of defective telomere maintenance. DC is therefore classed as a telomere […]