- adj. cytology Of, or relating to mitochondria.
- mitochondria + -al (Wiktionary)
“From that, you get what we call mitochondrial DNA.”
“Aging is characterized by mitochondrial dysfunction, with a disruption in energy production that eventually leads to cell death by apoptosis.”
“Seed knows he is not immortal, itâ€ ™ s just that the nature of his cellular structure, the length or certain mitochondrial chords that determine his long lifespan.”
“Phylogeographic uniformity in mitochondrial DNA of the snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina).”
“By 1996, through advances in mitochondrial DNA technology, the remains previously turned over in 1989 were determined to be those of Young.”
“Effects of long-term mitochondrial drug treatments on viability and activation of 2C T cells cultured with peptide-loaded LdB7-1ICAM-1 pMVs.”
“Treatments (24 hours) of the lymph node cells with the respective mitochondrial antagonists at concentrations near the IC Effects of long-term mitochondrial drug treatments on viability and activation of T cells.”
“More recently, I note that Walker et al. (1998) have published a paper with the title ‘Phylogeographic uniformity in mitochondrial DNA of the snapping turtle’: I haven’t seen this but it at least implies that they did not find evidence for polytypy within snappers.”
“The genetic material isolated by the scientists is known as mitochondrial DNA, which humans inherit exclusively from their mothers.”
“The act of making these molecules of energy, also known as energy metabolism, depends on some very primitive DNA called mitochondrial DNA.”
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