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Eliminating Damaged Mitochondria Before They Worsen Chronic Inflammation

News   Apr 12, 2019 | Original story Heather Buschman, UC San Diego

 
Eliminating Damaged Mitochondria Before They Worsen Chronic Inflammation

In mice with Muckle-Well syndrome, an inflammatory condition caused by mutations in NLRP3 genes, treatment with a choline kinase inhibitor reduces inflammation, as evidenced by the smaller spleens on the right, compared to mock-treated mice (three larger spleens on left). Image credit: UC San Diego

 
 
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