Tumor Suppressor Protein Gives Tumor Cells a Growth Advantage


July 26, 2013

MedicalResearch.com interviews Xiaolu Yang, PhD, professor of Cancer Biology, about his recent Nature Cell Biology paper. "Tumor cells rely on re-programmed metabolic pathways to rapidly generate biomass and to defense against oxidative stress. TAp73-medidated G6PD activation may be an important part of this metabolic reprogramming that enables tumor growth," said Yang.

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