Cancer Metabolism | Luxcel Biosciences
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Introduction

Altered cellular metabolism is both a consequence and a driving force of malignant transformation, cancer cell proliferation and therapy resistance. Increased rates of glycolysis, regardless of the environmental oxygen levels, also known as the “Warburg effect” is the most prominent example.

However, the exact mechanisms underlying metabolic reprogramming and how to exploit them for targeted cancer treatment are yet to be fully explained.

Research Cancer and Tumor Metabolism