Cellular and Molecular Basis of Mitochondrial Inheritance: Mitochondrial Disease and Fitness

Cellular and Molecular Basis of Mitochondrial Inheritance: Mitochondrial Disease and Fitness

English | ISBN: 3030045692 | 2019 | 126 Pages | EPUB, PDF | 15 MB

This new volume of our successful book series Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology is focused on mitochondrial inheritance in humans and both vertebrate and invertrebate animals including Drosophila, C. elegans, bivalve molusc Mytilus and livestock mammals. Special consideration is given to cellular mechanisms promoting uniparental inheritance of mitochondria and mitochondrial genes, evolutionary perspectives, and biomedical and epidemiological considerations. Contributed by five distinguished mitochondrial research teams from around the world, this volume will target a wide audience of physiologists, anatomists, cell, and developmental and evolutionary biologists, as well as physicians, veterinarians, livestock specialists and biomedical researchers.

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