Cancer Metabolism as a Drug Target

Boston, United States 1 2 October / 2012

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About the trade show

The fact that cancer cells have an altered glucose metabolism, has sparked new interested in the pharmaceutical industry in it’s continuous quest of finding new ways to target tumors. Reversing the increased glucose consumption in cancer cells is an important step and has great potential for therapeutic drug developments. This meeting is designed to shed light on current strategies of how to change the metabolism in cancer cells and the resulting opportunities for developing new molecular drug targets.

Topics to be Discussed:

  • Strategies for Inhibiting Glycolysis
  • Oxidative Phosphorylation
  • Metabolic Stress Survival
  • Altering the Glucose Metabolism (Warburg effect)
  • Monitoring metabolism in living cells
  • Targeting the glucose metabolism through mTOR
  • Targeting pyruvate kinase M2
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Address: Boston, United States
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