Research finds one of the deleted genes linked to Williams syndrome is responsible for mitochondrial function in brain

In a first, Tel Aviv University researchers have discovered that the production and regulation of mitochondrial organelles in the brain’s nerve cells (neurons) becomes significantly impaired with the deletion of a gene called Gtf2i, one of the 25 genes deleted in Williams syndrome.

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