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Cancer Metabolism is a developing Shared Resource within the Sanford-Burnham Cancer Center. The scientific focus of the core is to investigate the role of metabolism in cancer on both the cellular and organismal level, combining in vitro and in vivo analysis. To accomplish this, we integrate a number of instruments and methodologies to build an overall model of cellular metabolism. These approaches range from the relatively simple (such as rapidly measuring basic metabolic substrates from media or plasma) to rather complex (tracing the metabolism of stable isotope-labeled substrates in vitro or in vivo). All of the instruments and approaches are available on a hands-on basis to Cancer Center scientists with training and supervision provided by the core staff. Fee-for-service analysis may also be performed as needed.
Adam Richardson, Ph.D. | Director
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|Adam Richardson, Ph.D.||