Reducing mitochondrial output shown to increase longevity in mice

05/23/2013 | The Scientist online

Mice and nematode worms live longer when their mitochondrial output is reduced, according to a study. Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne suggest the findings may help them create longevity-enhancing therapies. However, other research suggests that reducing mitochondria is not healthy in cases of obesity or diabetes.

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