Targeting metabolism with arsenic trioxide and dichloroacetate in breast cancer cells
Background: Cancer cells have a different metabolic profile compared to normal cells. The Warburg effect (increased aerobic glycolysis) and glutaminolysis (increased mitochondrial activity from glutamine catabolism) are well known hallmarks of cancer and
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