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Organelle Functions in Diseases

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Organelle Functions in Diseases

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Cell organelles are the structural and functional components of every living cell. They are responsible for carrying out vital processes such as metabolism, respiration, intracellular communication, and much more. In disease states, changes to these organelles can lead to changes in cell function and may contribute to the development or progression of the disease. For example, mitochondrial dysfunction is a key factor in neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease, while lysosomes can be affected by storage disorders such as Gaucher’s Disease. By understanding how different organelles respond to different diseases, researchers hope to gain insight into disease mechanisms and develop new treatments.

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