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Mitochondria provide a 'complex' solution to a bacterial problem

Adaptations in the mitochondrial electron-transport chain mediate antibacterial responses in macrophages.

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Figure 1: A mitochondrial arsenal against bacteria in macrophages.

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Holmbeck, M., Shadel, G. Mitochondria provide a 'complex' solution to a bacterial problem. Nat Immunol 17, 1009–1010 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/ni.3534

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