Monday, May 17, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

Structure and function of the mitochondrion



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Harvard Professor Rob Lue introduces the mitochondrion, discusses the inner and outer mitochondrial membranes, and describes the processes the occur in the matrix and intermembrane space of the mitochondrion.

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7 thoughts on “Structure and function of the mitochondrion
  1. I noticed this virtual protein ATP rotating "engine" went clockwise, while your video about harmful mitochondria rotated counter-clockwise (not assuming harmful go one way and healthy, the other, of course). My question was, "Can they rotate in either direction and if so, do they remain that way. Or is the rotation always the same for all mitochondria? It is an amazing symbiotic bacteria. Also, have you explained yet how different types of mitochondria having their own genetic make-up transfer data to the next generation. Lastly (for now), the reasons and effect of fusion and division perturbations.

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