Aerobic glycolysisOther Metabolites Mapped to 'Warburg effect'HMDB0000030 (Biotin) HMDB0000051 (Ammonia) HMDB0000094 (Citric acid) HMDB0000122 (D-Glucose) HMDB0000124 (Fructose 6-phosphate) HMDB0000134 (Fumaric acid) HMDB0000148 (L-Glutamic acid) HMDB0000156 (Malic acid) HMDB0000190 (L-Lactic acid) HMDB0000193 (Isocitric acid)
- HMDB0001127 (6-Phosphonoglucono-D-lactone)
- Warburg effect
- as the krebs cycle is an aerobic process, in normal cells lactate production is reserved for anaerobic conditions. however, cancer cells preferentially utilize glucose for lactate production via this “aerobic glycolysis”, even when oxygen is plentiful.
- Parent Term
- Biochemical pathway
- Parent Definition
- A linked series of chemical reactions that occur in a defined order within or between organism cells, and lead to a known function or end product.