Mitochondria and cancer: is there a morphological connection?

@article{Alirol2006MitochondriaAC,
  title={Mitochondria and cancer: is there a morphological connection?},
  author={Emilie Alirol and J C Martinou},
  journal={Oncogene},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={4706-4716}
}
Mitochondria are key players in several cellular functions including growth, division, energy metabolism, and apoptosis. The mitochondrial network undergoes constant remodelling and these morphological changes are of direct relevance for the role of this organelle in cell physiology. Mitochondrial dysfunction contributes to a number of human disorders and may aid cancer progression. Here, we summarize the recent contributions made in the field of mitochondrial dynamics and discuss their impact… CONTINUE READING

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