Cancer metabolism in space and time: Beyond the Warburg effect.

Abstract

Altered metabolism in cancer cells is pivotal for tumor growth, most notably by providing energy, reducing equivalents and building blocks while several metabolites exert a signaling function promoting tumor growth and progression. A cancer tissue cannot be simply reduced to a bulk of proliferating cells. Tumors are indeed complex and dynamic structures… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbabio.2017.02.001

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@article{Danhier2017CancerMI, title={Cancer metabolism in space and time: Beyond the Warburg effect.}, author={Pierre Danhier and Piotr Banski and Val{\'e}ry L. Payen and Debora Grasso and Luigi Ippolito and Pierre Sonveaux and Paolo Ettore Porporato}, journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta}, year={2017}, volume={1858 8}, pages={556-572} }