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Annals

The Role of the Mitochondria in Human Aging and Disease

Edited by Edited by Chung Y. Hsu and Horng-Mo Lee (Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan) and Yau-Huei Wei (National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan)
The Role of the Mitochondria in Human Aging and Disease

Published: June 2005

Volume 1042

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Virtually every aspect of mitochondrial research and medicine is addressed in this volume, including mitochondrial function and dysfunction, free radical biology relevant to mitochondrial dysfunction, the role of mitochondria in apoptosis, and abnormal signaling processes and disease mechanisms associated with aging, mtDNA mutations, or mitochondrial damage.