Recent Advances in Drugs for Mitochondrial Diseases

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Mitochrondrial diseases arise when there is a malfunctioning mitochondria. These diseases are sometimes cause by genetic anomalies and can also be acquired hereditarily. While some mitocondrial disorders affect only a single organ such as Leber hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON), there are others that can result in problems across multiple organs. However, extensive research is taking place for treating these rare disease, with multiple starts up receiving funding for their efforts in gene therapy, cellular therapy, and small molecule therapeutics. The Drug Discovery TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) reports and analyzes about the latest developments in drug discovery and therapeutics, thereby providing an o

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Recent Advances in Drugs for Mitochondrial DiseasesNew Approaches in Drug Discovery and DevelopmentInduced Pluripotent Stem Cells as Effective Therapies for Mitochondrial DiseaseRectifying Mitochondrial Defects by Modulating Enzyme Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide LevelsSmall Molecule Therapeutics for Inherited Mitochondrial DiseasesModulating Mitochondria Function by Increasing Energy ExpenditureMitochondria-based Therapeutics for Age-related DiseasesBreakthrough Drug Reversing Mitochondrial Dysfunction for Parkinson’s DiseaseRedox Drugs for Rare Inherited Mitochondrial Disease Mitochondrial Disease Drug Discovery – Technology Focus and TrendsMitochondrial Target Molecules Emerging as Novel Therapeutics for Diseases with Unmet Need for TherapeuticsThree Start Ups to Note Industry InteractionsIndustry Interactions

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