MUC-king with HIF May Rewire Pyrimidine Biosynthesis and Curb Gemcitabine Resistance in Pancreatic Cancer

Publication date: 10 July 2017
Source:Cancer Cell, Volume 32, Issue 1
Author(s): Chi V. Dang
In this issue of Cancer Cell, Singh and colleagues report a role for MUC1-induced HIF expression in rewiring ribose synthesis, which drives pyridimine production as a possible resistance mechanism to gemcitabine, adding to complexity and multiple paths to resistance.

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In this issue of Cancer Cell, Singh and colleagues report a role for MUC1-induced HIF expression in rewiring ribose synthesis, which drives pyridimine production as a possible resistance mechanism to gemcitabine, adding to complexity and multiple paths to resistance.

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