Revisiting the Warburg Effect: Some Tumors Hold Their Breath

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Studies have shown that tumors commonly exhibit normal or enhanced respiration in addition to glycolytic metabolism. In this issue, Courtney et al. (2018) report a reduction in mitochondrial function in kidney cancer patients and thus a classic “Warburg Effect” that further illustrates the heterogeneity of human cancer metabolism. Studies have shown that tumors commonly exhibit normal or enhanced respiration in addition to glycolytic metabolism. In this issue, Courtney et al. (2018) report a reduction in mitochondrial function in kidney cancer patients and thus a classic Warburg effect that further illustrates the heterogeneity of human cancer metabolism.

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Sanderson, S. M., & Locasale, J. W. (2018, November 6). Revisiting the Warburg Effect: Some Tumors Hold Their Breath. Cell Metabolism. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmet.2018.10.011

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