TeloTool - Terminal Restriction Fragment Analysis

A New Tool for Telomere Length Measurement from TRF Analysis
Updated 27 Jan 2014

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TeloTool is a program designed to aid molecular biologists in the analysis of telomere length.
Terminal restriction fragment analysis (TRF) is a technique commonly used to measure telomere length within specific tissues or whole organisms. Data generated from this assay comprise Southern Blot autoradiographs containing smears that correspond to the length and range of telomeric DNA. TeloTool allows complete statistical analysis of such data along with performing probe intensity corrections; this allows the user to easily extract telomere length values in a fast and unbiased way.

A manual can be found within the zipped file.

This Tool is published as methods manuscript within Nucleic Acid Research Methods journal (doi: 10.1093/nar/gkt1315).

For a detailed description please refer to

Cite As

Janett Göhring (2024). TeloTool - Terminal Restriction Fragment Analysis (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2012a
Compatible with any release
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Version Published Release Notes

Bugfix: faulty laneAdjustGui

Manual and Link to the manuscript added.

Removed incorrect Callback