Why your mitochondria matter

Centre for Eye Research Australia

Found in every cell, mitochondria are tiny batteries that play an essential role in powering our bodies’ systems – including sight.

“The heart and central nervous system – which your eyes are a part of – are completely reliant on mitochondria for energy,” says Associate Professor Ian Trounce

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