Commentary - Journal of Medical Oncology and Therapeutics (2022) Volume 7, Issue 5
Prognostic assessment of histopathological affirmation and metabolic models for hepatocellular carcinoma.
Digestion system is a crucial handle in normal and cancer cells. Within the early 20th century, Otto Warburg found a change in tumour metabolic phenotype. He watched that cancer cells exceedingly depend on aerobic glycolysis for vitality generation indeed when oxygen is abundantly available. This disclosure, complemented later by the day has propelled a few novel insights in cancer cell metabolism. Today, metabolic change could be a recognized trademark of cancer. It is presently known that in expansion to depending on glucose (regularly called the Warburg effect), cancer cells too depend on other metabolites such as glutamine, serine, and greasy acids.Author(s): Francesco Romano*