Nitric oxide is a positive regulator of the Warburg effect in ovarian cancer cells

@article{Caneba2014NitricOI,
  title={Nitric oxide is a positive regulator of the Warburg effect in ovarian cancer cells},
  author={C. Caneba and L. Yang and J. Baddour and R. Curtis and J. Win and S. Hartig and J. Marini and D. Nagrath},
  journal={Cell Death \& Disease},
  year={2014},
  volume={5}
}
Ovarian cancer (OVCA) is among the most lethal gynecological cancers leading to high mortality rates among women. Increasing evidence indicate that cancer cells undergo metabolic transformation during tumorigenesis and growth through nutrients and growth factors available in tumor microenvironment. This altered metabolic rewiring further enhances tumor progression. Recent studies have begun to unravel the role of amino acids in the tumor microenvironment on the proliferation of cancer cells… Expand
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