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Mitochondria

Known as “the powerhouse of the cell”, mitochondria generate most of the cell’s supply of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) which transports chemical energy within cells for metabolism. They are membrane-bound organelle found in most eukaryotic cells.

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Company that is pioneer in the science of mitochondrial DNA

Academic

Senior Investigator at NHLBI Laboratory of Mitochondrial Biology and Metabolism

Event

Speakers are Douglas Wallace, Francesca Fieni, Hazel Szeto and Michael Zemel

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Biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and commercialization of novel therapies..

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Addressing complex diseases of aging by targeting mitochondrial ion channels and transporters.

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Company focused on the research and development of mitochondria based therapeutics.

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Recent News

New longevity startup MitoRx Therapeutics is developing mitochondria protective drugs

Longevity Technology - 25-Apr-2022

Targeting age-related diseases, the company's pre-clinical compounds to progress to the clinic

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Senior UCLA scientists public states aim to fight aging to impact numerous diseases

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - 24-Mar-2022

Great to see the concept of reversing aging becoming a mainstream ambition - it hasn't always been that way!

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Improving mitochondrial function enhances colour vision in old age

New Atlas - 24-Nov-2021

Long wavelength exposure partially restores ATP and improves eye function

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Mitlets improve immunity and treat many age-related diseases

Longevity Technology - 22-Oct-2021

Experimental therapy to transfuse healthy mitochondria from multiple donors

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A new nanoreactor repaired the damaged region in cells by supplying ATP

Singularity Hub - 21-Sep-2021

Energy generation in living cells by programmed exosome fusion

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