THE XIN JIE CHEN LABORATORY

Mitochondrial Biology and Stress Signaling, and Aging-associated Neural and Muscular Diseases

The main goal of our laboratory is to learn how mitochondrial damage causes cellular stress, and affects cell fitness and survival. We are particularly interested to know whether mitochondrial Precursor Overaccumulation Stress (mPOS), a novel cell stress mechanism that we recently discovered, contributes to cell death in aging-related degenerative diseases. We use yeast, cultured human cells and mouse models in our studies. To learn more about our research and areas of study, please visit the next pages.

 
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RESEARCH

 

MITOCHONDRIAL PRECURSOR OVERACCUMULATION STRESS (MPOS) AND NEURAL AND MUSCULAR DEGENERATIVE DISEASES

July 3, 2019

Our research is generously supported by:

 

CONTACT US

Thanks for your interest in our research. Get in touch with us for any questions or comments regarding our work and publications. We’d love to hear from you.

750 East Adams Street, Syracuse, New York 13210

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3154648723

750 East Adams Street, Syracuse, New York 13210

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