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M itochondrial disorders are clinical phenotypes associated with abnormalities of the terminal component of mitochondrial energy metabolism—that is, oxidative phosphorylation. Oxidative phosphorylation is carried out in the inner mitochondrial membrane by the four enzyme complexes (I–IV), of the respiratory chain plus the adenosine triphosphate (ATP)(More)
The three volcanoes that are the object of this paper show different types of activity that are representative of the large variety of volcanism present in the Central Mediterranean area. Etna and Stromboli are sub-aerial volcanoes, with significant part of their structure under the sea, while the Marsili Seamount is submerged, and its activity is still(More)
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