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A study in Nature shows that mitochondria are reprogrammed under depleted oxygen and nutrients. Tumours of the pancreas may also use this reprogramming mechanism to keep growing, and the findings could lead to therapies against pancreatic cancer. https:/

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A study in Nature shows that mitochondria are reprogrammed under depleted oxygen and nutrients. Tumours of the pancreas may also use this reprogramming mechanism to keep growing, and the findings could lead to therapies against pancreatic cancer. https://go.nature.com/2NTer87 

Original Article: A study in Nature shows that mitochondria are reprogrammed under depleted oxygen and nutrients. Tumours of the pancreas may also use this reprogramming mechanism to keep growing, and the findings could lead to therapies against pancreatic cancer. https:/

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