@guac · a year ago

When Cancer Cells Can’t Make Their Own Fat, They Eat What’s Around Them - SciTechDaily

published 6/13/2020


Mike O'Neill, University Of Toronto


Cancer cells rewire their metabolism to compensate for a halt in fat production by importing more fat molecules from their environment. Knowing what cancer will do next could lessen the likelihood of it becoming resistant to treatment. A new U of T study investigates how cancer adapts its metabol