Cancer Metabolism

In order for cancer cells to maintain rapid, uncontrolled cell proliferation, they must acquire a source of energy. Cancer cells acquire metabolic energy from their surrounding environment and utilize the host cell nutrients to do so. Here is the latest research on cancer metabolism.

June 14, 2020

Alternative splicing regulation by the androgen receptor in prostate cancer cells

The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Lucas GermainÉtienne Audet-Walsh
June 25, 2020

Spotlight on Circadian Genes and Colorectal Cancer Crosstalk

Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders Drug Targets
Senthilkumar RajendranSalvatore Pucciarelli
June 13, 2020
Open Access

Lin28A promotes IRF6-regulated aerobic glycolysis in glioma cells by stabilizing SNHG14

Cell Death & Disease
Jinjing LuYixue Xue
July 1, 2020
Review

pH gradient reversal fuels cancer progression

The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology
Tianyu ZhengBin Liu
June 13, 2020

Development of ROS-responsive Amino Acid-based Poly(ester amide) Nanoparticle for Anticancer Drug Delivery

Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part a
Qinghua Xu, Chih-Chang Chu
June 18, 2020

Carnitine palmitoyltransferase 1 A expression profile in canine mammary tumors

The Veterinary Journal
Nunzio Antonio CacciolaBrunella Restucci
July 2, 2020

A novel fluorescent probe with dual-sites for simultaneously monitoring metabolisms of cysteine in living cells and zebrafishes

Spectrochimica Acta. Part A, Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy
Guoxing YinShouzhuo Yao
June 27, 2020

Tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy and metabolic re-modeling in papillary thyroid cancer

Endocrine-related Cancer
Michael WagnerTodd P W McMullen
June 13, 2020
Open Access

Endocrine profiling in patients with Fanconi anemia, homozygous for a FANCG founder mutation

Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine
Bronwyn DillonAmanda Krause
June 25, 2020
Review
Open Access

Multifaceted Roles of Mitochondrial Components and Metabolites in Metabolic Diseases and Cancer

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Jean NakhleMarie-Luce Vignais
June 20, 2020

Decaffeinated coffee and its benefits on health: focus on systemic disorders

Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition
Raffaella Colombo, Adele Papetti
July 1, 2020
Open Access

Agent-Based Models Predict Emergent Behavior of Heterogeneous Cell Populations in Dynamic Microenvironments

Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology
Jessica S Yu, Neda Bagheri
June 15, 2020

Untargeted metabolomics study and pro-apoptotic properties of B-norcholesteryl benzimidazole compounds in ovarian cancer SKOV3 cells

The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Chunfang GanYanmin Huang
July 1, 2020

Hypoxic tumor microenvironment: Implications for cancer therapy

Experimental Biology and Medicine
Sukanya RoySanjukta Chakraborty

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