A deeper understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying the development and progression of cardiovascular diseases represents a major goal in cardiovascular medicine. Mitochondrial dysfunction has emerged as major player in the development of cardiovascular diseases, with potential therapeutic implications. Mitochondrial dysfunction encompasses mitochondrial complex disruption, mitochondrial uncoupling, and cristae remodeling and swelling, which in turn cause ROS accumulation, energy stress, and cell death.

Editorial: Mitochondrial dysfunction and cardiovascular diseases / Sadoshima, J.; Kitsis, R. N.; Sciarretta, S.. - In: FRONTIERS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE. - ISSN 2297-055X. - 8:(2021). [10.3389/fcvm.2021.645986]

Editorial: Mitochondrial dysfunction and cardiovascular diseases

Sciarretta S.
2021

Abstract

A deeper understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying the development and progression of cardiovascular diseases represents a major goal in cardiovascular medicine. Mitochondrial dysfunction has emerged as major player in the development of cardiovascular diseases, with potential therapeutic implications. Mitochondrial dysfunction encompasses mitochondrial complex disruption, mitochondrial uncoupling, and cristae remodeling and swelling, which in turn cause ROS accumulation, energy stress, and cell death.
2021
cardiovascular diseases; mitochondrial dynamics; mitochondrial dysfunction; mitochondrial ROS; mitophagy
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Editorial: Mitochondrial dysfunction and cardiovascular diseases / Sadoshima, J.; Kitsis, R. N.; Sciarretta, S.. - In: FRONTIERS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE. - ISSN 2297-055X. - 8:(2021). [10.3389/fcvm.2021.645986]
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