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Three chemicals (FCCP, chlorfenapyr and pinacyanol) damage the cell’s mitochondria, leading to the damaged mitochondria being recycled.
NCATS Scientists Prioritize Compounds to Advance Research on Mitochondrial Damage

NCATS scientists collaborated with other federal agencies to develop an approach that enables researchers to prioritize environmental chemicals for their ability to disrupt mitochondria, the power generators of the cell.

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CTSA Program Supports Development and De-Risking of Heart Valve Technology

NCATS’ Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program support enabled the early development of an innovative device that may help patients avoid complications of heart valve replacement.

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Features and Briefs

Discover our collection of feature stories describing how NCATS support enables scientists to speed translational research.

Scientific Publications

Browse a listing of peer-reviewed scientific publications that feature research supported by NCATS programs and initiatives.

NCATS E-Newsletter

Explore the NCATS e-newsletter, a monthly digest of news and information from the Center, or browse past issues.

Connect with NCATS

Stay in touch with NCATS by connecting via social media, joining our listserv for frequent announcements or subscribing to our monthly e-newsletter.

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NCATS in the News

NCATS-supported scientists are engaged in cutting-edge translational research activities across the United States. See breaking news and media coverage of the latest advances made possible by support from the Center.