mitochondrial diseases

mitochondrial diseases
Illnesses, frequently neurological, which can be ascribed to defects in mitochondrial function. If the defect is in the mitochondrial rather than the nuclear genome unusual patterns of inheritance can be observed.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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