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The mitochondria were damaged — and nothing Dr. McCully tried revived them.
The researchers also looked at caffeine’s potential role in modifying a common effect of aging in mice and humans: reduced respiratory capacity among mitochondria.
Children inherit mitochondria only from their mothers; replacing faulty mitochondria in an egg or embryo with normal ones from a donor can result in healthy babies.
Altmann might have been wrong to think that mitochondria were independent life forms.
Our mitochondria are like little bots converting fuel for exercise.
In many species, including humans, mitochondria have their own DNA.
Cells are filled with mitochondria, little engines that fuel cell activity.
Small animals, such as mice, have more active mitochondria in their bodies, working at a faster pace to produce energy and heat.
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