Mitochondria—hubs for regulating cellular biochemistry: Emerging concepts and networks

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Abstract

Mitochondria are iconic structures in biochemistry and cell biology, traditionally referred to as the powerhouse of the cell due to a central role in energy production. However, modern-day mitochondria are recognized as key players in eukaryotic cell biology and are known to regulate crucial cellular processes, including calcium signalling, cell metabolism and cell death, to name a few. In this review, we will discuss foundational knowledge in mitochondrial biology and provide snapshots of recent advances that showcase how mitochondrial function regulates other cellular responses.

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Anderson, A. J., Jackson, T. D., Stroud, D. A., & Stojanovski, D. (2019, August 1). Mitochondria—hubs for regulating cellular biochemistry: Emerging concepts and networks. Open Biology. Royal Society Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsob.190126

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