Targeting tumour cells at the entrance
Metabolism in tumour cells is adapted to the demands of a growing cell. The Warburg effect and increased use of glutamine are two well-known adaptations of tumour metabolism. Both require transporters to allow uptake of substrates and efflux of products.
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