Mitochondrial dysfunction in primary human fibroblasts triggers an adaptive cell survival program that requires AMPK-alpha

F. Distelmaier, F. Valsecchi, D. Liemburg-Apers, M. Lebiedzinska, R. Rodenburg, S. Heil, J. Keijer, J. Fransen, H. Imamura, K. Danhauser, A. Seibt, B. Viollet, F. Gellerich, J. Smeitink, M. Wieckowski, P. Willems, W.J.H. Koopman

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