Determining Mitochondrial Gene Mutation Phenotypes
Mitochondrial diseases are a defined group of disorders that are a result of a dysfunctional mitochondrial respiratory chain. Genetic mutations are the cause of numerous metabolic diseases and disorders, including both rare and well-documented. This group of diseases can affect a single organ, as well as multiple organ systems. Researchers are using Agilent Cell Analysis technology to gain unique and powerful insights into these diseases.
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