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In this review, we discuss estrogen actions on mitochondrial function and the possible implications on cell growth. Mitochondria are important targets of estrogen action. Therefore, an in-depth analysis of interaction between estrogen and mitochondria; and mitochondrial signaling to nucleus are pertinent to the development of new therapy strategies for the treatment of estrogen-dependent diseases related to mitochondrial disorders, including cancer.
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Felty, Quentin and Roy, Deodutta, "Estrogen, mitochondria, and growth of cancer and non-cancer cells" (2005). Environmental Health Sciences. 20.
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