Mitochondrial Toxicity.

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mitochondrial disease 535 and pollutants on mitochondria. Researchers have also documented many genetic differences leading to mitochondrial disease s, currently reported to affect ∼1 person in 4,300, creating a large number of potential gene-environment
mitochondrial disease 4105 Alzheimer’s Disease, and cancers ([94]). This raises the concerns that individuals suffering from mitochondrial disease s may be at greater risk from exposure to mitochondrial toxicants, or that such exposures may contribute
mitochondrial disease 4489 effects, over 10 years ago ([15]). In addition, clinical evidence for sensitivity of individuals with mitochondrial disease s to chemicals has emerged ([29]), and work with mouse cells with mtDNA variants supports significant
mitochondrial disease 14357 mitochondrial dysfunction are often confusingly cell type-specific, as is the case for the majority of known mitochondrial disease s, in which a mutation results in a pathology in only one or a few tissues. For example, inherited optic
mitochondrial disease 27786 tissue(s) affected. This assumption should be made carefully, because most mitotoxic exposures, like most mitochondrial disease s, affect some tissues more than others (Dykens, in press). Nonetheless, there is evidence that this

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