Scientists from Weill Cornell Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have created a revolutionary Cancer Atlas of Metabolic Profiles (CAMP). This unique database gathers data on gene activity and metabolite levels from more than 988 normal and tumor tissue samples, covering 11 types of cancer. CAMP facilitates a comprehensive study of cancer, enabling analysis of the complex gene-metabolism relationship and paving the way for personalized cancer treatments. The Atlas shows a complex interaction between gene activity, metabolites, and the role of immune cells in tumor growth. Metabolites have shown a strong connection with genes involved in their production, while some correspond with genes unrelated to their production. This understanding suggests new therapeutic strategies, potentially transforming cancer into a manageable condition.
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