Metabolite and Microbiome Interplay in Cancer Immunotherapy

Volume: 76, Issue: 21, Pages: 6146 - 6152
Published: Oct 31, 2016
Abstract
The role of the host microbiome has come to the forefront as a potential modulator of cancer metabolism and could be a future target for precision medicine. A recent study revealed that in colon cancer, bacteria form polysaccharide matrices called biofilms at a high frequency in the proximal colon. Comprehensive untargeted and stable isotope-assisted metabolomic analysis revealed that the bacteria utilize polyamine metabolites produced from...
Paper Details
Title
Metabolite and Microbiome Interplay in Cancer Immunotherapy
Published Date
Oct 31, 2016
Volume
76
Issue
21
Pages
6146 - 6152
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