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Altered metabolite levels in cancer: implications for tumour biology and cancer therapy

16:41 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | Nature Publishing

Altered cancer cell metabolism can result in intracellular metabolite concentration changes. This Review discusses the mechanisms that lead to metabolite concentration changes in cancer cells, the consequences of these changes and how they might be exploited to improve cancer therapy.

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