Mitochondrial fission: rings around the organelle

Liza A Pon
Current Biology: CB 2013 April 8, 23 (7): R279-81
Mitochondria form a dynamic network in which organelles fuse or divide in response to metabolic changes or cellular stress. New work shows that mitochondria do not divide in isolation from other cellular structures. Rather, they carry out this process in partnership with the endoplasmic reticulum and actin filaments.

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