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Cancer cells have distinct metabolic changes compared with normal cells. Changes often include increased aerobic glycolysis and a switch from oxidative phosphorylation to lactate production, and an increase in the production of biosynthetic intermediates for biomass production. Use this page to explore our cancer metabolism resources.