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245 00 Cancer cell metabolism :|ba potential target for cancer 
       therapy /|cDhruv Kumar, editor. 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer,|c2020. 
300    1 online resource (190 pages) 
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505 0  Chapter 1: Cancer cell metabolism: Solid tumor vs non-
       solid tumor -- Chapter 2: Reprogramming of cancer cell 
       metabolism: Warburg and Reverse Warburg hypothesis -- 
       Chapter 3: Molecular aspects of cancer cell metabolism: 
       Altered glycolysis and lipid metabolism -- Chapter 4: 
       Understanding the metabolic cross-talk between cancer 
       cells and cancer-associated fibroblasts -- Chapter 5: 
       Metabolic cross-talk between cancer cells and tumor 
       microenvironment -- Chapter 6: Role of autophagy in cancer
       cell metabolism -- Chapter 7: Role of c-Met/HGF axis in 
       altered cancer metabolism -- Chapter 8: Recent advances in
       drug development targeting cancer metabolism -- Chapter 9:
       Clinical relevance of "Diagnostic markers" in cancer 
       metabolism -- Chapter 10: Alterations in Metabolite-driven
       Gene Regulation in Cancer Metabolism -- Chapter 11: Role 
       of Phytochemicals in Cancer Cell Metabolism Regulation. 
520    This book illustrates various aspects of cancer cell 
       metabolism, including metabolic regulation in solid 
       tumours vs. non-solid tumours, the molecular pathways 
       involved in its metabolism, and the role of the tumour 
       microenvironment in the regulation of cancer cell 
       metabolism. It summarizes the complexity of cancer cell 
       metabolism in terms of the switch from anaerobic to 
       aerobic glycolysis and how mitochondrial damage promotes 
       aerobic glycolysis in cancer cells. The respective 
       chapters provide the latest information on the metabolic 
       remodelling of cancer cells and elucidate the important 
       role of the signalling pathways in reprogramming of cancer
       cell metabolism. In addition, the book highlights the role
       of autophagy in cancer cell metabolism, and how metabolic 
       crosstalk between cancer cells and cancer-associated 
       fibroblasts promotes cancer cell progression. In closing, 
       it summarizes recent advancements in drug development 
       through targeting cancer metabolism. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Cancer cells|0
700 1  Kumar, Dhruv.|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|aKumar, Dhruv.|tCancer Cell Metabolism: a
       Potential Target for Cancer Therapy.|dSingapore : Springer,
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2020 -
       Full Set|c2020-05-08|yMaster record variable field(s) 
       change: 505|5OH1 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2020 -
       Full Set|c2020-03-06|yAdded to collection 
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