Mark Payne

posted on September 1, 2008 - 6:53pm
The mitochondria, complex bodies inside cells that have their own DNA, are the centers for cellular energy production. When they malfunction, either because of flaws in their own DNA or flaws in DNA in the cell’s nucleus that affect them, the energy deficit can be devastating, particularly for the functioning of the muscles and nervous system.

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