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First image: AMPK functions in many organs to control energy levels.

Second image: In the cell nucleus, AMPK works at the DNA to add a phosphate to histones to control gene expression.

Credit for both images: David Bungard, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

 

 

AMPK functions in many organs to control energy levels.

In the cell nucleus, AMPK works at the DNA to add a phosphate to histones to control gene expression.

 


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