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Cancer Metabolism

Cancer Metabolism

Nearly a century ago, Otto Warburg found that cancer cells can shift their energy production to aerobic glycolysis instead of the more efficient oxidative phosphorylation. An emerging hallmark of many cancers is their metabolic plasticity, as rewiring of cancer cells' metabolic fluxes is essential for their proliferative and invasive agenda. With increasing understanding of these alterations, researchers are identifying features of tumor metabolism that can be used for novel diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic opportunities.

 
 

Highlighted Products

IDH1 antibody [GT1521] (GTX629818)

 

IDH2 antibody [GT673] (GTX628487)

 

LDHA antibody (GTX101416)

 
 
 

Hexokinase 1 antibody (GTX105248)

 

PKM antibody (GTX107977)

 

Pyruvate Dehydrogenase E1 alpha antibody (GTX104015)

 
 
 

Pyruvate Dehydrogenase E1 beta subunit antibody (GTX104040)

 

SDHB antibody [C2C3], C-term (GTX104628)

 

Glutaminase C antibody (GTX131263)

 
 
 

Arginase 1 antibody (GTX109242)

 

Monoglyceride lipase antibody (GTX103517)

 

Fatty Acid Synthase antibody [N1], N-term (GTX109833)

 
 

 

Pathways
Wnt Pathway

Wnt Pathway

Wnt proteins are secreted morphogens that are required for various developmental processes.
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Poster - Cancer Signaling

Poster - Cancer Signaling

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Pamphlet - Hot Products

Pamphlet - Hot Products

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Pamphlet - Antibodies for Cancer Research

Pamphlet - Antibodies for Cancer Research

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