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Glycolysis is a series of reactions that helpextract energy from glucose. This is an ancient pathway of metabolism that is present in the majority of living organisms today. It is the foundation of both aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration. It takes place in the cytosol of a cell and is the foundation of both aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration.
Study identifies how CTLA-4 blockade can disable suppressive immune cells to aid tumor destruction

Study identifies how CTLA-4 blockade can disable suppressive immune cells to aid tumor destruction

Study suggests a way to improve immunotherapy by altering immune cells’ access to sugar

Study suggests a way to improve immunotherapy by altering immune cells’ access to sugar

Researchers identify a vital protein needed to regulate anti-tumor immune response

Researchers identify a vital protein needed to regulate anti-tumor immune response

Warwick researchers design computational model to enable drug predictions against COVID-19

Warwick researchers design computational model to enable drug predictions against COVID-19

Novel targeted therapy blocks critical metabolic pathways in cancer cells

Novel targeted therapy blocks critical metabolic pathways in cancer cells

Components leaking from broken muscle fibers activate 'satellite' muscle stem cells

Components leaking from broken muscle fibers activate 'satellite' muscle stem cells

Fine-tuning stem cell metabolism prevents hair loss

Fine-tuning stem cell metabolism prevents hair loss

Alzheimer's disease may be driven by overactivation of fructose made in the brain

Alzheimer's disease may be driven by overactivation of fructose made in the brain

Researchers unlock a weakness in common type of cancer cells

Researchers unlock a weakness in common type of cancer cells

Study shows how a fat cell's immune response exacerbates obesity

Study shows how a fat cell's immune response exacerbates obesity

A new breakthrough could lead to better approaches for preventing breast cancer metastasis

A new breakthrough could lead to better approaches for preventing breast cancer metastasis