Opérations mitochondriales d'organisme et de réplication d'ADN

À la différence de l'ADN nucléaire, l'ADN mitochondrial (ADNmt) est circulaire en nature et est dispensé en tant que nucleoids mitochondriaux consistés en les composés d'ADN-protéine qui sont distribués dans la modification. Il est également hérité maternellement et plusieurs centaines aux milliers de copies soyez présent selon la cellule.

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Last Updated: May 9, 2019

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