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Combating Counterfeit Green Tea with Metabolomic ProfilingObserving Extracellular Acidification to Evaluate Changes in Cellular Metabolism

Abnormality in cellular energy metabolism is a common cause in a variety of conditions including obesity and diabetes as well as cancer. To evaluate mitochondrial function, current technologies measure oxygen consumption rate (OCR) and extracellular acidification (ECA). These methods may overlook the effect of O2 concentration on cellular bioenergetics.

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   Lipid Metabolism and the Gut MicrobiotaLipid Metabolism and the Gut Microbiota
 
This article describes examines the evidence for the role of the gut microbiota in lipid metabolism.
 
   Metabolic changes that could identify biomarkers and treatments for addictionMetabolic changes that could identify biomarkers and treatments for addiction
 
Scientists have identified metabolic brain changes that may be useful in discovery and development of biomarkers and treatments for addiction.
 
 Metabolite profiling during diagnosis helps identify poor treatment outcomes in ALL
 
Metabolite profiling during diagnosis helps identify poor treatment outcomes in ALLThe survival of patients with pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) has significantly improved in the last several decades. However, novel strategies to identify cases that are likely to respond poorly to treatment are still needed.
 
 
 Metastatic Migration in Cancer may be Influenced by Metabolism
 
Metastatic Migration in Cancer may be Influenced by MetabolismMetastatic migration of cancer cells is not random, new evidence shows that cancer cells chose the path of least resistance when migrating.
 
 
 Potential New Metabolic Biomarkers of Lung Cancer Identified with Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
 
Potential New Metabolic Biomarkers of Lung Cancer Identified with Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyResearchers have successfully identified metabolic biomarkers able to determine between the different major subtypes of lung cancer.