Live by fusion, avoid fission: Comment on: Scheckhuber CQ, et al. Cell Cycle 2011; 10:3105–10van der Klei, I. J., 15-Nov-2011, In : Cell Cycle. 10, 22, p. 3826 1 p.
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Mitochondria are recognized for their role in energy generation but also represent major factors in aging. Over the years, several mitochondrial processes have been implicated in aging, but their exact role(s) in cellular longevity is often debated.
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