Ovarian Cancer Cells Retain Iron to Fuel Growth, Research Suggests

Ovarian Cancer Cells Retain Iron to Fuel Growth, Research Suggests
Iron accumulation, a well-known feature of ovarian cancer cells, may play a role in cancer progression by increasing fatty acid metabolism, researchers at UConn Health suggest. Their study, “A Systems Biology Approach to Understanding the Pathophysiology of High-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer: Focus on Iron and Fatty Acid Metabolism,” was published in OMICS: A Journal Of Integrative Biology. High-grade

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