Carbon quantum dots may interfere with colorectal cancer treatment through affecting on glutamine metabolism

Mohadeseh Nemati; Fahima Danesh Pouya; Fateme Zarein; Mahdieh Nemati; Yousef Rasmi; Jafar Rezaie; Tooba Hallaj

Volume 6, Issue 2 , September 2022, , Pages 1-5

  Cancer cells are metabolically different from normal cells, including the Warburg effect and uses glutamine to fill the Tricarboxylic Acid (TCA) cycle. It was demonstrated inhibiting glutamine metabolism prevents tumor growth. The mammalian Target of Rapamycin (mTOR) is one of the signaling pathways ...  Read More

Biological sciences
Inflammation and Colorectal Cancer: The Bioinformatics Analysis of Multifunctional Role of Microbiota and Diet in Colorectal Cancer Development

Mohammad Ali Pahlevan Neshan; Payam Shahnazi Gerdehsang; Ahmad Bereimipour; Nazila Bostanshirin; Haniyeh Sadat Hosseininia; Kaykhosro Moridi; Amin Ebrahimi Sadrabadi; Arsalan Jalili

Volume 5, Issue 4 , March 2022, , Pages 1-25

  Chronic inflammation in colorectal cancer can result in the progression of tumorigenesis. Inflammation in the colorectal part of the body can be affected by microbiota, as well as an individual diet. These two factors play a critical role in cancer types related to the colon and rectum. This inflammation ...  Read More