Extracellular Fuel for Metastasis

Extracellular Fuel for Metastasis - Cancer cells enhance their ability to metastasize by producing phospho-creatine, a metabolite that fuels metastatic survival, in the extracellular space. This process can be interrupted by administration of specific miRNAs or a small-molecule inhibitor, demonstrating the therapeutic potential of targeting this process.

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