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Losing Just One Mitochondrial Protein Causes Severe Inflammation

News   Apr 10, 2018 | Original Story from IRB Barcelona

 
Losing Just One Mitochondrial Protein Causes Severe Inflammation

Mitochondrial DNA stress (in red) triggers the inflammatory response in mouse muscle cells devoid of Opa1 (nuclei in green). Credit: Aida Rodríguez, IRB Barcelona

 
 
 

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