Determining the cause of difficult-to-control mitochondrial diseases

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A research group has discovered that the ‘non-essential’ amino acid taurine is important for protein translation in mitochondria and is involved in mitochondrial disease development. The group also discovered that a taurine-conjugated compound was able to ameliorate the symptoms of mitochondrial dysfunction through taurine-deficiency.

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