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Stable heteroplasmy at the single cell level is facilitated by inter-cellular exchange of mtDNA

bioRxiv

Jul 10, 2014

Anitha D JayaprakashRavi Sachidanandam

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Eukaryotic cells carry two genomes, nuclear (nDNA) and mitochondrial (mtDNA), which are ostensibly decoupled in their replication, segregation and inheritance. It is increasingly appreciated that heteroplasmy, the occurrence of multiple mtDNA haplotypes in a cell, plays an important bio...read more

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Mitochondrial DNA Location
Mitochondria
Colony (Cells or Organisms)
Coculture Techniques
Pseudogenes
Virus Replication
Cell Division
Genetic Inheritance
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Stable heteroplasmy at the single cell level is facilitated by inter-cellular exchange of mtDNA

bioRxiv

Jul 10, 2014

Anitha D JayaprakashRavi Sachidanandam

PMID: 990007005

DOI: 10.1101/007005

Abstract

Eukaryotic cells carry two genomes, nuclear (nDNA) and mitochondrial (mtDNA), which are ostensibly decoupled in their replication, segregation and inheritance. It is increasingly appreciated that heteroplasmy, the occurrence of multiple mtDNA haplotypes in a cell, plays an important bio...read more

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Sequencing
Exchanger
Mitochondrial DNA Location
Mitochondria
Colony (Cells or Organisms)
Coculture Techniques
Pseudogenes
Virus Replication
Cell Division
Genetic Inheritance
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10

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