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Cardiology

Increasing mitochondrial ATP synthesis with butyrate normalizes ADP and contractile function in metabolic heart disease.

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Increasing mitochondrial ATP synthesis with butyrate normalizes ADP and contractile function in metabolic heart disease. NMR Biomed. 2020 Feb 17;:e4258 Authors: Panagia M, He H,...
Biology

Improved mitochondrial coupling as a response to high mass-specific metabolic rate in extremely small mammals [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Boël Melanie, Romestaing Caroline, Duchamp Claude, Veyrunes Frederic, Renaud Sabrina, Roussel Damien, and Voituron Yann Mass-specific metabolic rate negatively co-varies with body mass from the...
Biology

mTERF8, a Member of the Mitochondrial Transcription Termination Factor Family, Is Involved in the Transcription Termination of Chloroplast Gene psbJ

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Members of the mitochondrial transcription terminator factor (mTERF) family, originally identified in vertebrate mitochondria, are involved in the termination of organellular transcription. In plants, mTERF...
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Mitochondrial mass governs the extent of human T cell senescence

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Callender, LA; Carroll, EC; Bober, EA; Akbar, AN; Solito, E; Henson, SM; (2019) Mitochondrial mass governs the extent of human T cell senescence. Aging Cell...
Cardiology

Inhibition of the proteasome preserves Mitofusin-2 and mitochondrial integrity, protecting cardiomyocytes during ischemia-reperfusion injury.

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Related Articles Inhibition of the proteasome preserves Mitofusin-2 and mitochondrial integrity, protecting cardiomyocytes during ischemia-reperfusion injury. Biochim Biophys Acta Mol Basis Dis. 2019 Dec 28;:165659...
Gastroenterology

Hepatic Mitochondrial Oxidative Metabolism and Lipogenesis Synergistically Adapt to Mediate Healthy Embryonic-to-Neonatal Transition in Chicken

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Hepatic Mitochondrial Oxidative Metabolism and Lipogenesis Synergistically Adapt to Mediate Healthy Embryonic-to-Neonatal Transition in Chicken Source link...
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Reduced central and peripheral inflammatory responses and increased mitochondrial activity contribute to diet-induced obesity resistance in WSB/EiJ mice

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Reduced central and peripheral inflammatory responses and increased mitochondrial activity contribute to diet-induced obesity resistance in WSB/EiJ mice Source link...

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