Alexis Mougeolle

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In yeast, there is a constant growth yield during proliferation on non-fermentable substrate where the ATP generated originates from oxidative phosphorylation. This constant growth yield is due to a tight adjustment between the growth rate and the cellular mitochondrial amount. We showed that this cellular mitochondrial amount is strictly controlled by(More)
Increased level of oxidative stress, a major actor of cellular aging, impairs the regenerative capacity of skeletal muscle and leads to the reduction in the number and size of muscle fibers causing sarcopenia. Caveolin 1 is the major component of caveolae, small membrane invaginations involved in signaling and endocytic trafficking. Their role has recently(More)
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