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DOES HETEROPLASMY LINK TO TELOMERE LENGTH?

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Aug 26, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

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    KEY:
    The creation of damaging reactive oxygen species—in this case, singlet oxygen—inside the mitochondria when exposed to LIGHT.


    Note it did not say from food or from a lack of exercise.

    When will we learn that it is about the incident light a mitochondria senses?
     
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    Differences between individuals are the raw materials for evolutionary epigenetic change caused by mitochondrial signaling. This leads to the evolution of adaptations, yet of course most scientists still treat these differences as 'noise' that is to be filtered out. It cannot be.
     
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    Share your wisdom but don't give it away to lazy people. They identify themselves by having impotent goals that don't even inspire themselves. What is correct in nature, is forgotten by the lazy by what is convenient. Inspiration is a guest who is unwilling to visit the lazy.
     
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  5. Mario

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    It does say Light-mediated activation (660 nm)

    Isn‘t that Red light spectrum used by pbm?
     
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