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Annals

Mitochondrial Research in Translational Medicine

Edited by Edited by Yau-Huei Wei (Mackay Medical College, Taipei County, Taiwan), Chii-Ruey Tzeng (Taipei Medical University, Taipei City, Taiwan), and Horng-Mo Lee (Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taichung City, Taiwan).
Mitochondrial Research in Translational Medicine

Published: July 2010

Volume 1201

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The 6th ASMRM, held on Oct. 30 to Nov 1, 2009, included invited lectures as well as free papers in poster presentations that brought us the most up to date advances in mitochondria research. The conference focused on mitochondrial research in translational medicine and covered virtually every aspect of mitochondrial dynamics, mitochondrial function and dysfunction, free radical biology related to mitochondrial dysfunction, cell apoptosis and autophagy, and disease mechanisms associated with aging, neurodegeneration, mitochondrial disease, metabolic disease, and cancer.