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I will discuss the pancreatic cancer microenvironment and metabolic interactions between different cells present within pancreatic tumors . This will mainly focus on our use of metabolomics techniques to identify crosstalk interactions and the consequences of these exchanges on therapy resistance. I will also briefly discuss some recent work identifying roles for metabolism in tumorigenesis.
Dates and Times
Start: 1/16/2020 12:00 PM
End: 1/16/2020 1:00 PM
1. Tumors exist as a complex environment with dynamic metabolic interactions between various cell populations.
2. Macrophages that are polarized by cancer cells provide chemoresistance through release of pyrimidine nucleosides, and inhibit cytotoxic T cells through arginine depletion.
3.Cancer cells are metabolically heterogeneous and can provide support across populations through metabolite exchange
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