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1945 45
1946 130
1947 172
1948 189
1949 178
1950 274
1951 367
1952 389
1953 483
1954 593
1955 564
1956 501
1957 533
1958 618
1959 671
1960 665
1961 712
1962 875
1963 1089
1964 1335
1965 1204
1966 1150
1967 1795
1968 2216
1969 2261
1970 2405
1971 3011
1972 3398
1973 3652
1974 4025
1975 3377
1976 2951
1977 2788
1978 2769
1979 2933
1980 2922
1981 2728
1982 2942
1983 3018
1984 3604
1985 3743
1986 3697
1987 3600
1988 4020
1989 4578
1990 4897
1991 5210
1992 5334
1993 5469
1994 5756
1995 5997
1996 5580
1997 5864
1998 6191
1999 6253
2000 7146
2001 8348
2002 8473
2003 8917
2004 9354
2005 10535
2006 11125
2007 12401
2008 12743
2009 13099
2010 14580
2011 16217
2012 17064
2013 17404
2014 17059
2015 16986
2016 16216
2017 16329
2018 16183
2019 8922
2020 374
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Short-chain fatty acids in control of energy metabolism.
Hu J, et al. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 2018 - Review. PMID 27786539
Recently, the involvement of SCFAs in energy homeostasis regulation has been extensively studied. The importance of SCFAs on energy metabolism has highlighted the potential of modulating SCFAs as a nutritional target to prevent and counteract metabolism disorders and its associated diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes. Here, we summarize the current knowledge about the biological properties of SCFAs with their impact on the energy homeostasis....
Recently, the involvement of SCFAs in energy homeostasis regulation has been extensively studied. The importance of SCFAs on energ
Glucose Metabolism in Cancer.
Bose S and Le A. Adv Exp Med Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 29946772
Otto Warburg observed a peculiar phenomenon in 1924, unknowingly laying the foundation for the field of cancer metabolism. While his contemporaries hypothesized that tumor cells derived the energy required for uncontrolled replication from proteolysis and lipolysis, Warburg instead found them to rapidly consume glucose, converting it to lactate [1]. ...The field of cancer metabolism lay dormant for almost a century awaiting advances in molecular biology and genetics which would later open the doors to new cancer therapies....
Otto Warburg observed a peculiar phenomenon in 1924, unknowingly laying the foundation for the field of cancer metabolism. While his …
Targeting cancer energy metabolism: a potential systemic cure for cancer.
Kim SY. Arch Pharm Res 2019 - Review. PMID 30656605
Targeting the cancer energy metabolism may be a cancer-specific therapy for all kinds of cancer because normal cells do not rely on cancer energy metabolism under normal conditions. Here, trends of cancer metabolism as well as a new theory of cancer energy metabolism in the therapeutic approach is summarized....
Targeting the cancer energy metabolism may be a cancer-specific therapy for all kinds of cancer because normal cells do not re …
Autophagy and Energy Metabolism.
Yang J, et al. Adv Exp Med Biol 2019 - Review. PMID 31776993
Therefore, we consider autophagy a critical and fine-tuned process in maintaining energy homeostasis. The complicated relationships between autophagy and energy metabolism have raised broad interest and have been extensively studied. In this chapter, we summarize the relationships enabling autophagy to control or modulate energy metabolism and allowing metabolic pathways to regulate autophagy. ...
Therefore, we consider autophagy a critical and fine-tuned process in maintaining energy homeostasis. The complicated relationships b …
Effects of coconut oil consumption on energy metabolism, cardiometabolic risk markers, and appetitive responses in women with excess body fat.
Valente FX, et al. Eur J Nutr 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28405814
In the study herein, we investigated acute effects of VCO consumption on energy metabolism, cardiometabolic risk markers, and appetitive responses in women with excess body fat. ...CONCLUSIONS: VCO consumption did not acutely change energy metabolism and cardiometabolic risk markers when added to a mixed breakfast but promoted less appetitive responses....
In the study herein, we investigated acute effects of VCO consumption on energy metabolism, cardiometabolic risk markers, and …
Impairing energy metabolism in solid tumors through agents targeting oncogenic signaling pathways.
Fumarola C, et al. Biochem Pharmacol 2018 - Review. PMID 29530507
Cell metabolic reprogramming is one of the main hallmarks of cancer and many oncogenic pathways that drive the cancer-promoting signals also drive the altered metabolism. This review focuses on recent data on the use of oncogene-targeting agents as potential modulators of deregulated metabolism in different solid cancers. ...
Cell metabolic reprogramming is one of the main hallmarks of cancer and many oncogenic pathways that drive the cancer-promoting signals also …
Metabolic effects of non-nutritive sweeteners
Pepino MY. Physiol Behav 2015 - Review. PMID 26095119 Free PMC article.
Three potential mechanisms, which are not mutually exclusive, are presented: 1) NNSs interfere with learned responses that contribute to control glucose and energy homeostasis, 2) NNSs interfere with gut microbiota and induce glucose intolerance, and 3) NNSs interact with sweet-taste receptors expressed throughout the digestive system that play a role in glucose absorption and trigger insulin secretion. ...
Three potential mechanisms, which are not mutually exclusive, are presented: 1) NNSs interfere with learned responses that contribute to con …
Measurement of Energy Metabolism in Explanted Retinal Tissue Using Extracellular Flux Analysis.
Millman JR, et al. J Vis Exp 2019. PMID 30663677 Free PMC article.
Therefore, the understanding of energy metabolism changes in the retina during disease is imperative to the development of rational therapies for various causes of vison loss. The recent advent of commercially-available extracellular flux analyzers has made the study of retinal energy metabolism more accessible. ...
Therefore, the understanding of energy metabolism changes in the retina during disease is imperative to the development of rat …
Metabolomics profiling reveals differential adaptation of major energy metabolism pathways associated with autophagy upon oxygen and glucose reduction.
Weckmann K, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 29402948 Free PMC article.
The ability of cells to rearrange their metabolism plays an important role in compensating the energy shortage and may provide cell survival. ...Multivariate statistical analyses revealed significant treatment-specific metabolite level and ratio alterations as well as major energy metabolism pathways like 'glycolysis', 'pentose phosphate pathway', 'mitochondrial electron transport chain' and 'protein biosynthesis (amino acids)' indicating an activation of catabolism and reduction of anabolism as important mechanisms of adaptation towards a bioenergetic demand. ...
The ability of cells to rearrange their metabolism plays an important role in compensating the energy shortage and may provide …
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