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Mitochondria are recognized as the producers of the majority of energy cells need for their normal activity. After the initial comprehension of how mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation produces energy, mitochondrial research was not a priority for most cell biologists until novel mitochondrial functions were identified. In fact, it is now known that mitochondria are not only involved in cell calcium homeostasis, intermediate metabolism and free radical generation but are also a crucialdoi:10.2174/157488609787354440 pmid:19149524 fatcat:wojinuoif5flpeic5unyyvyqmy