A perspective on DNA damage-induced potentiation of the pentose phosphate shunt and reductive stress in chemoresistance
Metabolic rearrangements and genome instability are two hallmarks of cancer. Recent evidence from our laboratory demonstrates that persistent DNA lesions hampering transcription may cause glucose rerouting through the pentose phosphate shunt and reductive stress. Here, we highlight the relevance of these findings for cancer and chemoresistance development.
|Keywords||DNA damage, DNA repair, metabolism, pentose phosphate pathway, redox|
|Persistent URL||dx.doi.org/10.1080/23723556.2020.1733383, hdl.handle.net/1765/126076|
|Journal||Molecular and Cellular Oncology|
Milanese, C, & Mastroberardino, P.G. (2020). A perspective on DNA damage-induced potentiation of the pentose phosphate shunt and reductive stress in chemoresistance. Molecular and Cellular Oncology. doi:10.1080/23723556.2020.1733383