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Cancer cell metabolism: Warburg and beyond.
Hsu PP, Sabatini DM
Cell (2008) 134: 703-707.
Category: bioenergetics, cancer ¤ Added: Jul 16th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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The Warburg effect suppresses oxidative stress induced apoptosis in a yeast model for cancer.
Ruckenstuhl C, Büttner S, Carmona-Gutierrez D, Eisenberg T, Kroemer G, Sigrist SJ, Fröhlich K...
PLoS One (2009) 4: e4592.
Category: bioenergetics, cancer ¤ Added: Jul 16th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Tor1/Sch9-regulated carbon source substitution is as effective as calorie restriction in life span extension.
Wei M, Fabrizio P, Madia F, Hu J, Ge H, Li LM, Longo VD
PLoS Genet (2009) 5: e1000467.
Category: aging, nutrient sensing ¤ Added: Jul 15th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Impact of limited solvent capacity on metabolic rate, enzyme activities, and metabolite concentrations of S. cerevisiae glycolysis.
Vazquez A, de Menezes MA, Barabási AL, Oltvai ZN
PLoS Comput Biol (2008) 4: e1000195.
Category: metabolism, systems biology ¤ Added: Jul 15th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Understanding the Warburg effect: the metabolic requirements of cell proliferation.
Vander Heiden MG, Cantley LC, Thompson CB
Science (2009) 324: 1029-33.
Category: bioenergetics ¤ Added: Jun 19th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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