Warburg Effect Inversion: Adiposity shifts central primary metabolism in MCF‐7 breast cancer cells

@article{Lus2019WarburgEI,
  title={Warburg Effect Inversion: Adiposity shifts central primary metabolism in MCF‐7 breast cancer cells},
  author={Carla Lu{\'i}s and F. Duarte and I. Faria and I. Jarak and P. Oliveira and M. Alves and R. Soares and R. Fernandes},
  journal={Life Sciences},
  year={2019},
  volume={223},
  pages={38–46}
}
  • Carla Luís, F. Duarte, +5 authors R. Fernandes
  • Published 2019
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Life Sciences
  • Aims Obesity is a complex health disorder and a trigger to many diseases like Diabetes mellitus (DM) and breast cancer (BrCa), both leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Also evidence demonstrates that abnormal glucose metabolism termed ‘the Warburg effect’ in cancer cell is closely associated with malignant phenotypes and promote the aggressiveness of several types of cancer, including BrCa. In this study, we evaluated the breast cancer cell metabolism in normoglycemia… CONTINUE READING
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