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Better mitochondria help athletes make gains
Lupus clues from cellular ‘power stations’
Experimental gene therapy for vision loss condition shows promise in mice
Birds’ blood functions as heating system in winter
Bird blood functions as heating system in winter
A twin study indicates that metabolic changes in fat tissue in obesity associated with adverse health effects – No similar link
Urolithin A shows effective against muscular dystrophy
University of Nebraska Medical Center researchers reveal elusive inner workings of antioxidant enzyme with therapeutic potential
Gene therapy technique shows potential for repairing damage caused by glaucoma and dementia
GlyNAC improves strength and cognition in older humans
Penn Medicine Researchers Reveal How a Cell Mixes its Mitochondria Before It Divides
Cells burn more calories after just one bout of moderate aerobic exercise, OSU study finds
Dieting suppresses ‘cellular engines’, weight loss surgery boosts machinery responsible for energy production
Plant cells use autophagy to keep their mitochondrial population healthy
UNE researchers study on pain sensitivity published in neuroscience journal
Scientists move closer to developing ‘game-changing’ test to diagnose Parkinson’s
Alyson Santoro and Susannah Porter receive support from Moore and Simons foundations to investigate origins of eukaryotic cell
Scientists awarded £1.2 million to design Parkinson’s drug
NIH scientists discover how DNA fragments can trigger inflammation in sickle cell disease
Researchers Find Effective Combination of Therapies for Managing Mitochondrial Disease
Basic cell health systems wear down in Huntington’s disease, analysis shows
ALS neuron damage reversed with new compound
New research on mitochondrial function can play significant part in serious disease
Aging: What underlies mitochondrial stress response
Hormones in brain may explain how exercise improves metabolism
Researchers Demonstrate How Defects in Mitochondria May Lead to Autism Spectrum Disorder
NYU Dentistry Awarded $1.9 Million NIH Grant to Study Mitochondrial Changes Behind Stroke and Heart Attack
Hijacking Host Defenses Gives Bacteria an Advantage
NAD+ can restore age-related muscle deterioration
Why cancer cells waste so much energy
Immune System Killer Cells Controlled by Circadian Rhythms
Light flips genetic switch in bacteria inside transparent worms
Reducing proton leak restores function in aging heart cells
New drug molecules hold promise for treating rare inherited terminal childhood disease
Like tentacles catching fish
Novel principle for cancer treatment shows promising effect
New drug inhibits growth of cancer cells
Friedreich’s Ataxia Center of Excellence at CHOP Awarded $1.275 Million to Advance Medical Research
Amino Acid Recycling in Cells: Autophagy Helps Cells Adapt to Changing Conditions
Scientists discover how COVID-19 virus causes multiple organ failure in mice
To understand how SARS-CoV-2 replicates, Vanderbilt scientists look at host cell-virus interactions
Studies offers tips on lessening spaceflight-related risk
Research team uncovers significant reason older adults are at increased risk of suffering a heart attack
Cell Membranes in Super Resolution
UAB researchers awarded La Marat grants to study rare diseases
La Trobe receives $4.1m in ARC grants
Improved reprogramming
Researcher Investigates Promising Candidate for Mitochondrial Disease Treatment