Ways To Treat Mitochondrial Toxicity
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Whipped in S.F.,Well, Ill stand by my previous statement, "we have much to learn about how to diagnose and treat mitochondrial toxicity." Is there a way to "conclusively rule it out?" Well, there are ways, but these types... Read more »
Program for Wellness RestorationI wish there was a clear answer to your question. As you probably remember from your biology class in school, the mitocondria are tiny cells within a cell that produce energy as ATP from sugars and fats. It seems that nucleoside analogs (NRTIs) not... Read more »
Chelsea and Westminster HospitalThis rather a long question so I hope I can respond to all of it.The risk factors for lipoatrophy inlcude disease characteristics (AIDS, low CD4), genetic characteristics (genes which promote the pro-inflammatory cytokine TNF) and both nucs and PIs.... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your warm comments.As you point out, the only accurate test for mitochondrial injury currently is a lactic acid level. The test is promblematic (difficult to do reliably) and probably only picks up late injury.There are several groups... Read more »
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