Mitochondria in the signaling pathways that control longevity and health span

Volume: 54, Pages: 100940 - 100940
Published: Sep 1, 2019
Abstract
Genetic and pharmacological intervention studies have identified evolutionarily conserved and functionally interconnected networks of cellular energy homeostasis, nutrient-sensing, and genome damage response signaling pathways, as prominent regulators of longevity and health span in various species. Mitochondria are the primary sites of ATP production and are key players in several other important cellular processes. Mitochondrial dysfunction...
Paper Details
Title
Mitochondria in the signaling pathways that control longevity and health span
Published Date
Sep 1, 2019
Volume
54
Pages
100940 - 100940
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