Fat Cells Send Mitochondrial Distress Signals to the Heart
Fat Cells Send Mitochondrial Distress Signals to the Heart
Vesicles containing fragments of the organelles released from stressed adipocytes protect the heart against oxygen deprivation, a study in mice shows.
Fat Cells Send Mitochondrial Distress Signals to the Heart
Fat Cells Send Mitochondrial Distress Signals to the Heart

Vesicles containing fragments of the organelles released from stressed adipocytes protect the heart against oxygen deprivation, a study in mice shows.

Vesicles containing fragments of the organelles released from stressed adipocytes protect the heart against oxygen deprivation, a study in mice shows.

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