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Mitochondria Shown to Regulate Brain’s CA2 Subregion, Highlighting a Potential Target for Neuro Disorders

14:26 EDT 9 Oct 2019 | Genetic Engineering News

A team of researchers has published evidence showing in mice that mitochondria-associated pathways in cell bodies and dendrites within the CA2 subregion of the brain’s hippocampus influence plasticity and mitochondrial respiration—a finding that highlights a potential molecular target for treating human neurodegenerative disorders ranging from autism to Alzheimer’s disease.

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