Ovarian Cancer Cells Use Glycogen to Grow, Spread to Other Tissues, Study Shows

Ovarian Cancer Cells Use Glycogen to Grow, Spread to Other Tissues, Study Shows
Ovarian cancer cells are able to use glycogen — a complex sugar molecule used for long-term energy storage — as a source of energy to grow and invade other tissues, leading to the formation of metastases, a study reveals. The process relies on the activation of a protein — called p38a MAPK — in cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFs), a

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