Contents 1. When the problem of carcinoma is approached from the metabolic aspect, the first question which arises is: how does the metabolism of growing tissue differ from that of resting? The use of sputum metabolite biomarkers may aid in the development of a further evaluation program for lung adenocarcinoma. Unlike canonical models, we demonstrate that Kras(G12D) drives glycolysis intermediates into the nonoxidative PPP, thereby decoupling ribose biogenesis from NADP/NADPH-mediated redox control. Additionally, it is the main substrate to support bioenergetics and biosynthetic activities in cancer cells and plays a vital role in a wide array of other processes such as ferroptosis. The success and apparent generality of this model arises from tight coordination between proteome partition and metabolism, suggesting a principle for resource allocation in proteome economy of the cell. Finally, the NFU1 mutation produced a dysregulated antioxidant system in the mitochondria, leading to increased reactive oxygen species levels. We discovered a new role for the glycolytic metabolite phosphoenolpyruvate (PEP) in sustaining T cell receptor-mediated Ca(2+)-NFAT signaling and effector functions by repressing sarco/ER Ca(2+)-ATPase (SERCA) activity. GOT1 normally consumes aspartate to transfer electrons into mitochondria, but, upon ETC inhibition, it reverses to generate aspartate in the cytosol, which partially compensates for the loss of mitochondrial aspartate synthesis. It is becoming increasingly clear that cellular signalling and metabolism are not just separate entities but rather are tightly linked. We study a reduced flux balance model of ATP production that is constrained by the glucose uptake capacity and by the solvent capacity of the cell's cytoplasm, the latter quantifying the maximum amount of macromolecules that can occupy the intracellular space. Published under the terms of the CC BY 4.0 license. Among the reported 8 GPxs, GPx3, a highly conserved protein and a major ROS scavenger in plasma, has been well studied and confirmed to play a vital role as a tumor suppressor in most cancers. We suggest that drug resistance in response to glycolysis comes into play in presence of qualitative (e.g., expression of embryonic enzyme isoforms, post-translational enzyme modifications) or quantitative (e.g., overexpression of enzymes or overproduction of metabolites) alterations of glycolytic metabolism. The ‘Warburg Effect’, as it is known, tells us that cancer cells prefer using glucose (i.e., “sugar”) to generate energy, even if there’s enough oxygen available to perform cellular respiration. Tumor hypoxia is described as an oxygen deprivation in malignant tissue. We find that electron acceptors are limiting for producing aspartate, and supplying aspartate enables proliferation of respiration deficient cells in the absence of exogenous electron acceptors. Warburg Effects in Cancer and Normal Proliferating Cells: Two Tales of the Same Name, The Metabolic Landscape of Lung Cancer: New Insights in a Disturbed Glucose Metabolism. ... Aerobic glycolysis produces less ATP per mole of glucose than does complete glucose oxidation to CO 2 , raising the question of why some cells engage in a metabolic program that is less efficient with respect to ATP generation (Koppenol et al., 2011; ... Interestingly, the preference for aerobic glycolysis even under normoxic conditions and with fully functioning mitochondria is observed across different cancer types, ... Interestingly, the preference for aerobic glycolysis even under normoxic conditions and with fully functioning mitochondria is observed across different cancer types [62]. Hexokinase 2 (HK2) is expressed at high level in cancer cells, but only in a limited number of normal adult tissues. As a result, multiple mechanisms have evolved to allow cells to detect and adapt to elevated levels of intracellular metabolites, including promotion of signaling and proliferation by ROS, amino acid-dependent mTOR activation, and regulation of signaling and transcription through metabolite-sensitive protein modifications. Mol Cell 48:158-167, The consequences of enhanced cell-autonomous glucose metabolism, Oncogenic Kras Maintains Pancreatic Tumors through Regulation of Anabolic Glucose Metabolism, Metabolic Reprogramming: A Cancer Hallmark Even Warburg Did Not Anticipate, A two-way street: Reciprocal regulation of metabolism and signalling, Lunt SY, Vander Heiden MG.Aerobic glycolysis: meeting the metabolic requirements of cell proliferation. Conclusion: condition is a consequence of an imbalance between rapidly proliferating cells and a vascularization that leads to lower oxygen levels in tumors. The growth rate-dependent regulation of cell size, ribosomal content, and metabolic efficiency follows a common pattern in unicellular organisms: with increasing growth rates, cell size and ribosomal content increase and a shift to energetically inefficient metabolism takes place. Breast cancer (BC) is a heterogeneous cancer with multiple subtypes affecting women worldwide. Here, we demonstrate that a nanostructured heterolayer Ni–Cu2O–Cu cathode formed by a photoelectrochemical process has unexpected efficiency in direct electrochemical regeneration of NADPH from NADP+. Therefore, there is a need to search for new drugs with antimelanoma activity. The intake and metabolism of carbohydrates for the generation of energy and biomass is evolutionarily conserved, down to the most primitive of cells. Underpinning the biological significance of metabolic roles, CBX2 and CBX7 were found to be the most up‐ and down‐regulated isoforms, respectively, in breast tumors compared to normal tissues. Conclusions Results However, cancer cells tend to rely on aerobic glycolysis (a phenomenon of converting glucose into lactic acid under aerobic conditions) to generate energy, and use the inter-mediate products of glycolysis as building blocks of cell proliferation (30). Cancer cells reprogram their metabolism to satisfy the needs of enhanced growth, proliferation and long-term persistence in the organism (19, ... Aerobic glycolysis is generally associated with the proliferation of cancer cells. function. Hypoxia-inducible factor 1 (HIF-1) is an essential transcription factor contributing to the regulation of hypoxia-associated genes. In fact, many cancers exhibit the Warburg effect while retaining mitochondrial respiration. The Warburg Effect: How Does it Benefit Cancer Cells? Puffed turmeric extract, but not the non-puffed control, reversed the LPS-induced decrease in OCR, resulting in downregulated transcription of the pro-inflammatory genes cyclooxygenase-2 and inducible nitric oxide synthase. [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Liberti MV, Dai Z, Wardell SE, Baccile JA, Liu X, Gao X, … Conclusions: Our report shows how these cells become dependent on PI3K/AKT signaling for survival after acquiring ibrutinib resistance and shift to sustained Oxidative phosphorylation, additionally we outline the compensatory, pathway that regulates this metabolic reprogramming in the drug-resistant cells. Furthermore, we found that blocking PD-L1 directly on tumors dampens glycolysis by inhibiting mTOR activity and decreasing expression of glycolysis enzymes, reflecting a role for PD-L1 in tumor glucose utilization. Tumor cells often switch from mitochondrial oxidative metabolism to glycolytic metabolism even under aerobic conditions. Here, we investigated ROS metabolism in primary murine cells following the expression of endogenous oncogenic alleles of Kras, Braf and Myc, and found that ROS are actively suppressed by these oncogenes. The Warburg effect prevents the use of the required pyruvate in the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle progressing through pyruvate dehydrogenase inactivation. Hexokinases catalyze the first committed step of glucose metabolism. © 2015 The Authors. Keywords. Despite these early beliefs, the metabolic signatures of cancer cells are not passive responses to damaged mitochondria but result from oncogene-directed metabolic reprogramming required to support anabolic growth. Decreased PDH (pyruvate dehydrogenase) activity due to the lipoic acid shortage is compensated by increased fatty acid metabolism and oxidation. Improved animal models and better characterization of the tumor Page 2 of 24 Wang et al. In this review, we summarized the role of GPX3 in various cancers, its use as a prognostic biomarker, and a potential target for clinical intervention. Here, we study gene expression response to metabolic challenges in exponentially growing Escherichia coli using mass spectrometry. Besides, the model is quite capable of predicting the effects of certain drug targets for many types of complex diseases. Tumor‑induced differentiation to beige/brown adipose tissue is an important contribution to the hypermetabolic state of breast cancer. Western blot, Q-PCR, and immunofluorescence assay indicate ICG&Cur@MoS2 NPs can inhibit the P-gp effectively and safely. Normally, ROS levels are tightly controlled by an inducible antioxidant program that responds to cellular stressors and is predominantly regulated by the transcription factor Nrf2 (also known as Nfe2l2) and its repressor protein Keap1 (refs 2-5). Despite this intense interest, the function of the Warburg Effect remains unclear. Both glycolytic and mitochondrial metabolism are essential for cell proliferation in both past and present conceptions of the Warburg Effect.Numerous proposals for the function of the Warburg Effect have emerged over the years.Each of the proposed functions of the Warburg Effect is attractive, but also raises questions.Signal transduction functions for the Warburg Effect appear likely, but are difficult to test experimentally. Conclusions Glucose Metabolism and the Warburg Effect. In an effort to enhance the anti-inflammatory function of turmeric with a simple processing method, extract of puffed turmeric was investigated for effect on macrophage energy metabolism. Moreover, MERCS modulation affects Aβ levels, which makes us believe that MERCS and Aβ regulate each other in a reciprocal manner. However, the interplay between VHL/HIF-mediated pseudohypoxia and metabolic disorder in PPGLs cells is not well-defined. Single- and multinutrient intervention studies including qualitative modulation of dietary protein, dietary fat, and supplementation with specific nutrients, such as carnitine and creatine, were reviewed for their efficacy to counteract muscle mass loss and its underlying mechanisms in experimental cancer cachexia. Taken together, we find potential factors that contribute to different stages of PDAC metastasis. Glutamine (Gln) can supply the complementary energy for cancer cells. To … Ovarian cancer (OC) is characterized by a high mortality rate due to the late diagnosis and the elevated metastatic potential. Sci 41, 211–218. This metabolic phenotype may be utilised in dietary therapies such as the ketone diet which alter substrate availability and thus starve NB cells of their preferred biosynthetic requirements. In the 1920s, Otto Warburg and colleagues observed that tumors were taking up enormous amounts of glucose compared to what was seen in the surrounding tissue. We recently showed that decreasing pHi and targeting pHi sensitive enzymes can reverse the Warburg effect (WE) phenotype and inhibit tumor progression. Trends. These cells have shown an increased uptake of glucose and produce, like the tumours, high levels of lactate even in the presence of oxygen and fully functional mitochondria. In support of the functional importance of our findings, oral administration of sodium bicarbonate was sufficient to increase peritumoral pH and inhibit tumor growth and local invasion in a preclinical model, supporting the acid-mediated invasion hypothesis. Methods: Mouse syngeneic intracranial glioma model was used to test four treatment regimens: DMSO (Vehicle-control), TMZ, NHE1 specific inhibitor HOE642, or TMZ+HOE642 (T+H) combination. We show here that aerobic glycolysis is specifically required for effector function in T cells but that this pathway is not necessary for proliferation or survival. The common feature of this altered metabolism is the increased glucose uptake and fermentation of glucose to lactate. Cancer metabolism has long been equated with aerobic glycolysis, seen by early biochemists as primitive and inefficient. The common feature of this altered metabolism is the increased glucose uptake and fermentation of glucose to lactate. Conclusion: The hypothesis that acid mediates invasion proposes that H+ diffuses from the proximal tumor microenvironment into adjacent normal tissues where it causes tissue remodeling that permits local invasion. Background In recent years, interest has been renewed as it has become clear that many of the signalling pathways that are affected by genetic mutations and the tumour microenvironment have a profound effect on core metabolism, making this topic once again one of the most intense areas of research in cancer biology. Results Perspectives. The proposed model can successfully capture the nonlinear transient dynamics and regulations of such integrated biochemical pathway under consideration. The aberrant expression level of SARS-CoV-2 cell receptor gene ACE2 was reported in lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD) comorbidity of COVID-19. activity represent a promising avenue in cancer-related research. These compounds enter the human body and increase the load of estrogen in the body, leading to an increasing incidence of estrogen-related tumors in breast cancer, ovarian cancer and endometrial cancer. The article deals with this problem by developing a support vector regression (SVR) based three timescale model with the application of genetic algorithm based nonlinear controller. Additionally, autophagy was induced by hypoxia. For eight decades, the Warburg… Maria V. Liberti1,2 and Jason W. Locasale2,* Cancer cellsrewiretheirmetabolismtopromotegrowth,survival,proliferation, and long-termmaintenance.Thecommonfeatureofthisalteredmetabolismis the increased glucose uptake and fermentation of glucose to lactate… It is known that ROS is high in cancer cells than normal cells. Chromobox proteins‐CBX2/4/6/7/8, core components of canonical polycomb repressor complex 1 (cPRC1), play essential roles in embryonic development and aberrantly expressed in breast cancer. We found that treating cells with gramicidin relieved the elevated … As the respiration rate decreases, so do the levels of enzymes catalyzing rate-determining reactions of the tricarboxylic-acid cycle (providing NADH for respiration) and of mitochondrial folate-mediated NADPH production (required for oxidative defense). Together, this work provides in vivo mechanistic insights into how oncogenic Kras promotes metabolic reprogramming in native tumors and illuminates potential metabolic targets that can be exploited for therapeutic benefit in PDAC. While the steady-state abundances of histone acetyl groups have been reported, the rate at which histones are acetylated and deacetylated on a residue-specific basis and how this process depends on metabolic routes has not been quantitatively established. The software inputs transcriptomic data and infers the activities of the reactions that produce the different metabolites in the pathway analyzed. • In Study I we show that the number of MERCS is increased in brain biopsies of demented patients and that there is a reversed correlation between MERCS and Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) scores. Immune cells use a form of metabolism called aerobic glycolysis, aka the Warburg effect. Pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas (PPGLs) are rare neuroendocrine tumors originating from chromaffin cells in the adrenal medulla (PCCs) or extra-adrenal sympathetic or parasympathetic paraganglia (PGLs). The metabolism of glucose, the central macronutrient, allows for energy to … Here, we resolve this apparent contradiction by expanding the notion of metabolic efficiency. Genomic analysis was conducted on 507 LGG samples from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA). K-Ras(G12D), B-Raf(V619E) and Myc(ERT2) each increased the transcription of Nrf2 to stably elevate the basal Nrf2 antioxidant program and thereby lower intracellular ROS and confer a more reduced intracellular environment. This contrasts with the enolase inhibitor HEX, which, despite its negative charge, achieved antineoplastic effects in both intracranial and subcutaneous tumors. PASMC from NFU1 rats showed apoptosis resistance, increased anaplerosis, and attained a highly proliferative phenotype. Ghrelin levels in cancer tissues and cell lines were analyzed by immunohistochemistry, qRT-PCR, and Western blot. We examined changes in glucose metabolism following perturbations in membrane activity in different normal and tumor cell lines and found that inhibition or activation of pumps on the cell membrane led to reduction or increase in glycolysis, respectively, while oxidative phosphorylation remained unchanged. Most importantly, this study highlights that to demonstrate the overall effect of the nanoplastics internalized by cells in vitro, it is important to combine alternative methodologies, such as metabolomics, with standard biological assays (i.e., cell viability and ROS production). In an animal model, we show that our approach can reduce tumor growth and metastasis. Ghrelin was lowly expressed in gastric cancer tissues and cell lines. Compared with the BPA group, MCF- 7 cells treated with GEO-BPA resulted in 210 (117 up- and 93 downregulated) differentially expressed proteins, among the 210 differentially expressed proteins in the GEO-BPA group, 10 proteins were associated with oxidative phosphorylation pathways, while succinate dehydrogenase (ubiquinone) iron-sulfur subunit (SDHB), succinate dehydrogenase cytochrome b560 subunit, mitochondrial (SDHC), cytochrome c oxidase subunit 2 and superoxide dismutase (Mn), mitochondrial (SOD2) expression was decreased with GEO-BPA combined treatment. Metabolic pathway analysis showed that sphingolipid metabolism, fatty acid metabolism, carnitine synthesis and Warburg effect were most impacted in response to disease. The carbodiimide-based method was employed to synthesize LMFN and LMGN. This phenomenon is observed even in the presence of completely functioning mitochondria and, together, is known as the 'Warburg Effect'. In this work, plenty of studies including drug release, acute toxicity, Western blot, real-time PCR, cell viability, therapeutic experiment in vivo, immunofluorescence and so on were conducted to test the antitumor potential of ICG&Cur@MoS2 and the inhibitory effect of curcumin on P-gp. Methods: In this study, we explored for the first time the metabolic regulators of ibrutinib-resistant activated B-cell (ABC) DLBCL using a multi-omics analysis that integrated metabolomics (using high-resolution mass spectrometry) and transcriptomic (gene expression analysis). A comparison between clonal cultures revealed restriction to either proximal or distal kidney sub-lineages with distinct cellular and molecular characteristics; rapidly amplifying de-differentiated clones and a stably proliferating cuboidal epithelial-appearing clones, respectively. Hence, the links between metabolism and cancer are multifaceted, spanning from the low incidence of cancer in large mammals with low specific metabolic rates to altered cancer cell metabolism resulting from mutated enzymes or cancer genes. Aerobic glycolysis, or preferential fermentation of glucose-derived pyruvate to lactate despite available oxygen, is associated with proliferation across many organisms and conditions. This Progress article brings to light the important contribution of fatty acid oxidation to cancer cell function. Our analyses indicate that the Warburg effect is a favorable catabolic state for all rapidly proliferating mammalian cells with high glucose uptake capacity. At the same time, only more-in depth investigations can further elucidate the mechanistic and clinical connections between HIF-1 and cancer metabolism. Through the analysis of Gene Ontology and Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes, the cellular localization, functional annotation and biological pathways of differentially expressed proteins were ex-amined. The reduced 2HG level in PHGDH knockdown cell lines can be rescued by PHGDH re-expression, but not by a catalytically inactive PHGDH mutant. Recent understanding of metabolic reprogramming supports its role in the growth of cancer cells and their adaptation to their microenvironment. (ATP)–citrate lyase (ACL), the enzyme that converts glucose-derived citrate into acetyl-CoA. Tumor cells preferentially use aerobic glycolysis for energy production as opposed to oxidative phosphorylation, in a type of modified metabolism called the Warburg effect, ... One of the hallmarks of cancer is aberrant glucose metabolism [1]. The metabolism of glucose, the central macronutrient, allows for energy … However, the signals involved in communication between tumours and macrophages are poorly defined. Primarily, it focuses on the chronological development of the field, recognizes major contributions of the original investigators, corrects certain misplaced facts, and projects its future trend. In this study, we have prepared and characterized a kind of novel ICG&Cur@MoS2 (ICG and Cur represent indocyanine green and curcumin, respectively) nanoplatform, which can achieve photothermal-photodynamic therapy and inhibit the P-gp effectively and safely. This finding is consistent with the observation that cells lacking a functional respiratory chain are auxotrophic for pyruvate, which serves as an exogenous electron acceptor. The NFU1 mutation deranged the expression pattern of electron transport proteins, resulting in a significant decrease in mitochondrial respiration. We provide a detailed accounting of the biosynthetic requirements to construct a new cell and illustrate the importance of glycolysis in providing carbons to generate biomass. Protein levels of HIF1α and phosphorylation levels of the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway were upregulated in the context of 3% oxygen. The nuclear receptor liver-X-receptor (LXR) directly regulates expression of key glycolytic and lipogenic genes. Ghrelin inhibits cell proliferation, migration, and invasion by eliciting an anti-Warburg effect via AMPK signaling pathway in gastric cancer cells. Thus, BAs could pose as an important energy storage providing tumor cells with high energy metabolites such as lactate, a situation known as the reverse Warburg effect. Our task is to search for such processes and to compare their velocities in resting tissues and growing tissues. Metabolic rewiring, specifically elevated glycolytic metabolism is a hallmark of cancer. In anaerobic conditions, the cells cannot conduct mitochondrial respiration due to insufficient oxygen. Among these processes, energy metabolism is the dominant process. We also discern similarities between changes occurring in tumor cells in response to stimuli inducing glycolysis-associated drug resistance and those occurring in cells of the innate immune system in response to danger signals and that have been referred to as danger-associated metabolic modifications. transport. Surprisingly, a nearly comparable contribution comes from serine-driven one-carbon metabolism, in which oxidation of methylene tetrahydrofolate to 10-formyl-tetrahydrofolate is coupled to reduction of NADP(+) to NADPH. However, a growth response to βOHB was subsequently revealed in media containing low levels of glucose, as well as in glucose and pyruvate deprived conditions. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are mutagenic and may thereby promote cancer. Currently, the nano-drug delivery system based on the stimuli response is becoming more popular because of the extra features for controlling the drug release based on the internal atmosphere of cancer. Here, we show that a major role of respiration in proliferating cells is to provide electron acceptors for aspartate synthesis. This study uncovers new metabolic checkpoints for T cell activity and demonstrates that metabolic reprogramming of tumor-reactive T cells can enhance anti-tumor T cell responses, illuminating new forms of immunotherapy. Biallelic inactivation of CDKN2A emerged exclusively in invasive melanomas. Tumor cell lines revealed lower cell adhesion and increased cell migration after incubation with BA‑ and WA‑CM vs. Ctrol‑CM. An example shows how detected dysregulated metabolites in several cancers are related to patient survival. Interest in the topic of tumour metabolism has waxed and waned over the past century of cancer research. • In Study II we show that Aβ increases the number of MERCS in different models, leading to alteration in autophagosome formation and mitochondrial function; Together with glutamine, glucose via glycolysis provides the carbon skeletons, NADPH, and ATP to build new cancer cells, which persist in hypoxia that in turn rewires metabolic pathways for cell growth and survival. The high incidence and mortality rates of this disease are related to its strong ability to metastasize. Sputtering of nickel on the copper-oxide electrode nucleated an unexpected surface morphology that was critical for high product selectivity. Cells use efficient but slow-responding aerobic metabolism to meet baseline, steady energy demand and glycolytic metabolism, which is inefficient but can rapidly increase adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production, to meet short-timescale energy demands, mainly from membrane transport activities. Our data collectively demonstrated potentiated glycolysis and attenuated mitochondrial function under hypoxia, indicating that altered glucose metabolism regulated by hypoxia could be a therapeutic target for keloids. The metabolism of not only amino acids, fattyacidsandlipids,butalsothatofnucleotidesandglucosehas been indicated to be regulated by mTOR. The multiple drug effects analysis suggested the synergistic effect in the combinations of LMFN and tamoxifen to kill estrogen receptor+ breast cancer cells and LMFN and trastuzumab to kill HER2+/overexpressed breast cancer cells. These metabolic and nutritional requirements, and the mechanisms by which they induce cell growth and proliferation, remain poorly understood. The growth rate-dependent components of the proteome fractions comprise about half of the proteome by mass, and their mutual dependencies can be characterized by a simple flux model involving only two effective parameters. Activated oncogenes and loss of tumor suppressors in turn alter metabolism and induce aerobic glycolysis. The low activity of the cancerous pyruvate kinase isozyme (M2) is thought to play an important role by facilitating the conversion of glycolytic intermediates to other anabolic pathways to support tumors’ high proliferation rate. cancer-associated mutations enable cancer cells to acquire and metabolize nutrients in a manner conducive to proliferation PTEN and TP53 mutations were found only in advanced primary melanomas. Partial least squares-discriminant analysis (PLS-DA) was used to refine the biomarker panel, whereas orthogonal PLS-DA (OPLS-DA) was used to operationalize the enhanced biomarker panel for diagnosis. Conclusion: Our work pinpoints that LMFN may be a new-onset selection for molecularly targeted therapy of breast cancers and paves the way for establishing its clinical application in the future. We use optical tweezers active microrheology (AMR) to quantify how two phenotypically distinct migratory cell lines establish dissimilar patterns of peri-cellular stiffness. Reprogramming of metabolic pathways is crucial to satisfy the bioenergetic and biosynthetic demands and maintain the redox status of rapidly proliferating cancer cells. Tumor-specific CD4 and CD8 T cells could be metabolically reprogrammed by increasing PEP production through overexpression of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase 1 (PCK1), which bolstered effector functions. The products of this metabolic pathway turn on genes important for T cell function. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. In the present study, the complex mechanisms via which mTOR regulates aerobic glycolysis were comprehensively reviewed to highlight the potential of drug development via targeting the molecules associated with mTOR and glycolysis and to further provide strategies for the clinical treatment of cancer. Assay indicate ICG & Cur @ MoS2 NPs can inhibit the proliferation of cells exhibit an excellent effect. ) metabolic network is implicated in cancer cells … Figure 2 fourth leading cause cancer-related. And LMGN avenue in cancer-related research potentially improve the efficiency and efficacy of blockade of Nhe1 Cx3cr1+. Up-Regulating miR-145, miR-145 targeted HK2 directly to show that MERCS and AD pathologies. Inducer of the immune response this can result in cancer cells, SR9243 significantly inhibited the Warburg in! 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