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New Research May Totally Turn Our Understanding of Dementia on Its Head - BioSpace (press release) (blog)

... don't understand enough about the majority of these cases,” said Patrick Chinnery, from the Medical Research Council (MRC) Mitochondrial Biology Unit and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Cambridge, who led the research.

Study: Non-inherited dementia linked to DNA 'spelling mistakes' - UPI.com

... understand enough about the majority of these cases," Dr. Patrick Chinnery, a researcher in the Medical Research Council's Mitochondrial Biology Unit and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Cambridge, said in a press release.

Gene Therapy Offers Potential Treatment Approach for Mitochondrial Diseases - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

... diseases have no family history, this approach might not actually reduce the proportion of mitochondrial disease in the population," says Payam Gammage, Ph.D., a postdoctoral researcher in the Medical Research Council (MRC) Mitochondrial Biology ...

How to edit your mitochondria - Medical Xpress

Payam Gammage, from MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit at the University of Cambridge, and his colleagues have just reported the first in vivo successes in using zinc finger nucleases for selectively editing away pathogenic mtDNAs in a heteroplasmic ...

Mitochondrial diseases could be treated with gene therapy - Drug Target Review

... the vast majority of mitochondrial diseases have no family history, this approach might not actually reduce the proportion of mitochondrial disease in the population,” said Dr Payam Gammage, a postdoctoral researcher in the MRC Mitochondrial ...

ChromaDex Appoints Nobel Laureate, Professor Sir John Walker, to the Scientific Advisory Board - GlobeNewswire (press release)

(NASDAQ:CDXC), an integrated, science-based, nutraceutical company devoted to improving the way people age, announced today that it has appointed Professor Sir John Walker, Nobel Laureate and Emeritus Director, MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit in ...

Study Shows How DNA Mutations in Healthy Mothers May Lead to Severe Mitochondrial Disease in Children - Mitochondrial Disease News

Unlike nuclear DNA, mitochondrial DNA passes exclusively from mother to child. The research team at MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit at the University of Cambridge collected embryonic germ cells (which originate egg cells) from mice and healthy women to ...

Mitochondrial disease can be inherited from healthy parents - Drug Target Review

Professor Patrick Chinnery, from the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Cambridge, said: “We know that these devastating mitochondrial mutations can pop up in families without any previous ...

Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Holds Promise for Friedreich's Ataxia Patients, Studies Show - Friedreich's Ataxia News

... important contribution to understanding the pathology of both Friedreich's ataxia and mitochondrial diseases,” Mike Murphy, principal investigator of the University of Cambridge's MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, said in a news release written by ...

Structure of mammalian respiratory complex I - Science Daily

... complex I (NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase), one of the largest membrane-bound enzymes in the cell, powers ATP synthesis in mammalian mitochondria by using the reducing potential of NADH to drive protons across the inner mitochondrial membrane.

The MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit is an institution of the Medical Research Council based at the Addenbrooke’s Hospital / Cambridge Biomedical Campus site in Cambridge, England. The unit is a University of Cambridge partner institution concerned with the study of the mitochondrion, as this organelle has a varied and critical role in many aspects of eukaryotic metabolism and is implicated in a large number of metabolic, degenerative, and age-related human diseases.

MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit
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The Wellcome Trust/MRC building, housing the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research and the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit
Abbreviation MBU
Formation 1927
Type Research institute
Legal status Government agency
Purpose Mitochondrial research
Headquarters The Wellcome Trust/MRC building
Location
Director
Professor Massimo Zeviani
Parent organization
Medical Research Council
Website MBU

The MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit (formerly the MRC Dunn Human Nutrition Unit) is an institution of the Medical Research Council based at the Addenbrooke’s Hospital / Cambridge Biomedical Campus site in Cambridge, England. The unit is a University of Cambridge partner institution concerned with the study of the mitochondrion, as this organelle has a varied and critical role in many aspects of eukaryotic metabolism and is implicated in a large number of metabolic, degenerative, and age-related human diseases.

Mitochondrial Biology and Dysfunction

Mitochondrial toxicity and mito stress assays. Learn more at: http://www.cyprotex.com/toxicology/mechanistic-toxicity/mitochondrial-toxicity ...

Complex I Electron Transfer

Mitochondrial Fission & Fusion

Mitochondrial Dynamics

Mitochondria: How Our Bodies Produce Energy from Nutrients- Thomas DeLauer

Click Here to Subscribe: http://Bit.ly/ThomasVid Website: http://ThomasDeLauer.com Mitochondria: How Our Bodies Produce Energy from Nutrients - Thomas ...

MRC MBU at the Cambridge Science Festival 2010

Working together with designers Rachel Wingfield and Mathias Gmachl, we explored new ways of representing the molecular world at this year's Science ...