Mitochondrial involvement in sensory neuronal cell death and survival

@article{Englezou2012MitochondrialII,
  title={Mitochondrial involvement in sensory neuronal cell death and survival},
  author={Pavlos C. Englezou and M. Degli Esposti and Mikael Wiberg and Adam J Reid and Giorgio Terenghi},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={221},
  pages={357-367}
}
Peripheral nerve injuries (PNI) are continuing to be an ever-growing socio-economic burden affecting mainly the young working population and the current clinical treatments to PNI provide a poor clinical outcome involving significant loss of sensation. Thus, our understanding of the underlying factors responsible for the extensive loss of the sensory cutaneous subpopulation in the dorsal root ganglia (DRG) that occurs following injury needs to be improved. The current investigations focus in… CONTINUE READING
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