Disrupting proton dynamics and energy metabolism for cancer therapy View Full Text


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DATE

2013-08-23

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Scott K. Parks, Johanna Chiche, Jacques Pouysségur

ABSTRACT

Key PointsIn rapidly growing cancer cells, oncogenes and hypoxia stimulate glycolytic metabolism, which generates increased amounts of lactic and carbonic acids.Several pH-regulating systems — Na+/H+ exchangers (NHEs), carbonic anhydrases (CAIX and CAXII), HCO3− transporters, lactate/H+ symporters (monocarboxylate transporter 1 (MCT1) and MCT4) and intracellular H+ pumps — are essential to maintain a permissive intracellular pH (pHi) to optimize bioenergetic metabolism, cell cycle progression, growth and survival.Cells lacking pH-regulating capabilities can enter growth arrest or can be 'killed' by H+. Targeting pH-regulating proteins in isolation (NHE1, CAs, MCTs and H+ pumps) impairs tumour progression.Targeting the export of lactic acid from tumour cells (by disrupting MCTs) reduces glycolysis and growth rates, thus sensitizing tumour cells to treatment with mitochondrial complex I inhibitors (such as metformin and phenformin).We propose the development of an acute 'metabolic knife' treatment that combines targeting of pH control and ATP-driven metabolism to eradicate rapidly growing glycolytic tumours. More... »

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611-623

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