Mitochondrial biogenesis

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Mitochondrial biogenesis is the process by which cells increase their individual mitochondrial mass and copy number to increase the production of ATP as a response to greater energy expenditure.

Factors that promote mitochondrial biogenesis[edit | edit source]

Factors that inhibit mitochondrial biogenesis[edit | edit source]

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