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Related to mitochondrial: Mitochondrial Eve, mitochondrial inheritance, Mitochondrial myopathy, Mitochondrial disease

mi·to·chon·dri·al

(mī'tō-kon'drē-ăl),
Relating to mitochondria.

mitochondrial

adjective Referring to mitochondria.

mitochondrial

pertaining to mitochondria.

mitochondrial RNAs
a unique set of tRNAs, mRNAs, rRNAs, transcribed from mitochondrial DNA by a mitochondrial-specific RNA polymerase, that account for about 4% of the total cell RNA that are transcribed.
mitochondrial targeting signal
a not fully defined sequence of amino acids, rich in hydroxyl amino acids and normally lacking acidic residues, that is recognized by a mitochondrial receptor that permits mitochondrial-specific proteins synthesized in the cytoplasm to be imported into mitochondria.
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at the Center for Embryonic Cell and Gene Therapy, and the Oregon National Primate Research Center, at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) in Beaverton, OR, revealed a critical first step in developing a new gene and stem cell regenerative technique for treating patients with mitochondrial disease.
The technique, also known as mitochondrial donation, mitochondrial transfer, or mitochondrial DNA replacement, has generated significant controversy, with critics warning that it will lead to "germline enhancements," eugenics, and designer babies.
There are no treatments for mitochondrial diseases, which affect about 1 in 6,500 babies in the more serious forms.
Mitochondrial DNA (mDNA) is only involved in metabolism and makes up just 0.
Research has shown that mitochondrial donation could potentially help almost 2,500 women in the UK who are at risk of transmitting harmful DNA mutations to their children.
A major goal of the meeting was to discuss mitochondria-cell signaling in different cell types and organisms, with changing stress conditions, in order to understand the relationship between mitochondrial function, cellular homeostasis, and disease.
Individuals affected by mitochondrial disease have a tremendous opportunity to 'tell their story' by sharing their data.
An inkling that fusion might be important for the normal muscle function came from research on two mitochondrial diseases: Autosomal Dominant Optical Atropy (ADOA) disease, and a type of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT).
The findings may overturn previous results that suggested Y Chromosome Adam was only a half or a third as old as Mitochondrial Eve.
Damage to mitochondrial DNA becomes permanent a decade after mitochondrial dysfunction begins--and in the early stages, this damage remains reversible.
Scientists believed MPP+ was carried by the action of specific transporters into dopaminergic neurons, where it inhibited mitochondrial function and led to cell death.

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