Metabolite and Microbiome Interplay in Cancer Immunotherapy

Volume: 76, Issue: 21, Pages: 6146 - 6152
Published: Oct 31, 2016
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
Metabolite and Microbiome Interplay in Cancer Immunotherapy
Published Date
Oct 31, 2016
6146 - 6152
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