Bioenergetic function in cardiovascular cells: the importance of the reserve capacity and its biological regulation.

Abstract

The ability of the cell to generate sufficient energy through oxidative phosphorylation and to maintain healthy pools of mitochondria are critical for survival and maintenance of normal biological function, especially during periods of increased oxidative stress. Mitochondria in most cardiovascular cells function at a basal level that only draws upon a… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cbi.2010.12.002

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