Stable transformation of CHO cells and human NARP cybrids confers oligomycin resistance (olir) following transfer of a mitochondrial DNA-encoded olir ATPase6 gene to the nuclear genome: A model system for mtDNA gene therapy

S. J. Zullo*, W. T. Parks, M. Chloupkova, B. Wei, H. Weiner, W. A. Fenton, J. M. Eisenstadt, C. R. Merril

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