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Below: Mitochondria in cells (stained green) are the cell's furnace. New data from the Genes & Development paper shows that the co-dependency of Rev-erb-alpha and heme affects mitochondrial function.

Nan Wu, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Mitochondria in cells (stained green) are the cell's furnace. New data from the Genes & Development paper shows that the co-dependency of Rev-erb-alpha and heme affects mitochondrial function. (Nan Wu, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
   

Below: The rev-erb-alpha/PGC1-alpha pathway regulating heme homeostasis

Credit: Mitchell Lazar, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

    The rev-erb-alpha/PGC1-alpha pathway regulating heme homeostasis (Mitchell Lazar, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
 


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