Mitochondrial network morphology: building an integrative, geometrical view
- Author(s): Rafelski, Susanne M
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1741-7007-11-71
Abstract The morphology of mitochondrial networks is complex and highly varied, yet vital to cell function. The first step toward an integrative understanding of how mitochondrial morphology is generated and regulated is to define the interdependent geometrical features and their dynamics that together generate the morphology of a mitochondrial network within a cell. Distinct aspects of the size, shape, position, and dynamics of mitochondrial networks are described and examples of how these features depend on one another discussed.
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