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Combined in vivo C-13-metabolomics and proteomics approach to optimise immunotherapy response in malignant melanoma.

Fibroblast-specific genome-scale modelling predicts an imbalance in amino acid metabolism in Refsum disease

Quantitative analysis of amino acid metabolism in liver cancer links glutamate excretion to nucleotide synthesis

Short-term protein restriction at advanced age stimulates FGF21 signalling, energy expenditure and browning of white adipose tissue

Simultaneous Induction of Glycolysis and Oxidative Phosphorylation during Activation of Hepatic Stellate Cells Reveals Novel Mitochondrial Targets to Treat Liver Fibrosis

SK channel-mediated metabolic escape to glycolysis inhibits ferroptosis and supports stress resistance in C. elegans

Targeting metabolism to improve response to immune-checkpoint inhibition in melanoma.

A Pro-Inflammatory Gut Microbiota Increases Systemic Inflammation and Accelerates Atherosclerosis

CoA-dependent activation of mitochondrial acyl carrier protein links four neurodegenerative diseases

Cofactors revisited - Predicting the impact of flavoprotein-related diseases on a genome scale

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