Metabolic reprogramming in colon cancer (Homo sapiens)

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MitochondriaNucleusTumor cellWarburg effect3Carbon sourcepH balanceNitrogen sourceGLUD1ICOxidative phosphorylationGlycolysisCell cycleProliferationPSAT1GOT2Amino acid synthesisglucoseNH33PHPSLC1A5PPATKGglutamatelipidsPhosphoserineGLSAsparagineIMPPYCR1G6PDG6PF6PHK3GPITIGARPFKLG3PF1,6PGAPDH2PG1,3BPG3PGALDOBPGK1PGAM1LDHALactateENO1PyruvatePEPPKMSLC16A3LactateAcetyl-CoAPDHA1MalatePDHB135, 1015OAAACO2SUCLG2DLSTIDH2citrateFHfumarateMDH2S-CoA76, 8SDHBIDH3AAcetyl-CoAACLYFASNPSPHSHMT2PAICSserineglycineGARTS7PR5P6PGAE4PRi5PTALDO1RPIATKTPGDPentose Phosphate PathwayTCA CycleglutamineGlutathioneROSglutamineProlinePYCR2SLC2A1Purine synthesisNucleotide synthesisAmino acid synthesisLipid synthesis


Description

Metabolic reprogramming in colon cancer. This pathway was created from a figure by Vasaikar S and Zhang B, Baylor College of Medicine, June 2018.

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CompareRevisionActionTimeUserComment
97977view17:07, 28 June 2018Khanspersupdated PKM, added GLUD1 and GLS
97968view23:13, 27 June 2018KhanspersModified description
97967view23:11, 27 June 2018Khansperspathway nodes, proper cellular compartments
97421view11:49, 16 May 2018EgonwReplaced secondary ChEBI identifiers with primary identifiers.
97411view18:51, 15 May 2018KhanspersModified title
97409view18:43, 15 May 2018KhanspersOntology Term : 'colorectal cancer' added !
97408view18:43, 15 May 2018KhanspersOntology Term : 'cancer pathway' added !
97407view18:43, 15 May 2018KhanspersOntology Term : 'altered carbohydrate metabolic pathway' added !
97406view18:42, 15 May 2018KhanspersNew pathway

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
1,3BPGMetaboliteHMDB01270 (HMDB)
2PGMetaboliteHMDB00362 (HMDB)
3PGMetaboliteHMDB00807 (HMDB)
3PHPMetaboliteCHEBI:18110 (ChEBI)
6PGAMetaboliteHMDB01316 (HMDB)
ACLYGeneProductENSG00000131473 (Ensembl)
ACO2GeneProductENSG00000100412 (Ensembl)
ALDOBGeneProductENSG00000136872 (Ensembl)
Acetyl-CoAMetaboliteHMDB01206 (HMDB)
Amino acid synthesisPathway
AsparagineMetaboliteCHEBI:50347 (ChEBI)
Cell cycle ProliferationPathway
DLSTGeneProductENSG00000119689 (Ensembl)
E4PMetaboliteHMDB01321 (HMDB)
ENO1GeneProductENSG00000074800 (Ensembl)
F1,6PMetaboliteHMDB01058 (HMDB)
F6PMetaboliteCHEBI:16084 (ChEBI)
FASNGeneProductENSG00000169710 (Ensembl)
FHGeneProductENSG00000091483 (Ensembl)
G3PMetaboliteHMDB01112 (HMDB)
G6PMetaboliteCHEBI:4170 (ChEBI)
G6PDGeneProductENSG00000160211 (Ensembl)
GAPDHGeneProductENSG00000111640 (Ensembl)
GARTGeneProductENSG00000159131 (Ensembl)
GLSGeneProductENSG00000115419 (Ensembl)
GLUD1GeneProductENSG00000148672 (Ensembl)
GOT2GeneProductENSG00000125166 (Ensembl)
GPIGeneProductENSG00000105220 (Ensembl)
GlutathioneMetaboliteCHEBI:16856 (ChEBI)
GlycolysisPathway
HK3GeneProductENSG00000160883 (Ensembl)
ICMetaboliteCHEBI:16087 (ChEBI)
IDH2GeneProductENSG00000182054 (Ensembl)
IDH3AGeneProductENSG00000166411 (Ensembl)
IMPMetaboliteCHEBI:17202 (ChEBI)
KGMetaboliteCHEBI:16810 (ChEBI)
LDHAGeneProductENSG00000134333 (Ensembl)
LactateMetaboliteHMDB00190 (HMDB)
Lipid synthesisPathway
MDH2GeneProductENSG00000146701 (Ensembl)
MalateMetaboliteHMDB00744 (HMDB)
NH3MetaboliteCHEBI:16134 (ChEBI)
Nucleotide synthesisPathway
OAAMetaboliteHMDB00223 (HMDB)
Oxidative phosphorylationPathwayWP623 (WikiPathways)
PAICSGeneProductENSG00000128050 (Ensembl)
PDHA1GeneProductENSG00000131828 (Ensembl)
PDHBGeneProductENSG00000168291 (Ensembl)
PEPMetaboliteHMDB00263 (HMDB)
PFKLGeneProductENSG00000141959 (Ensembl)
PGAM1GeneProductENSG00000171314 (Ensembl)
PGDGeneProductENSG00000142657 (Ensembl)
PGK1GeneProductENSG00000102144 (Ensembl)
PKMGeneProductENSG00000067225 (Ensembl)
PPATGeneProductENSG00000128059 (Ensembl)
PSAT1GeneProductENSG00000135069 (Ensembl)
PSPHGeneProductENSG00000146733 (Ensembl)
PYCR1GeneProductENSG00000183010 (Ensembl)
PYCR2GeneProductENSG00000143811 (Ensembl)
Pentose Phosphate PathwayPathway
PhosphoserineMetaboliteCHEBI:45522 (ChEBI)
ProlineMetaboliteCHEBI:26271 (ChEBI)
Purine synthesisPathway
PyruvateMetaboliteHMDB00243 (HMDB)
R5PMetabolite3615-55-2 (CAS)
ROSMetaboliteQ424361 (Wikidata)
RPIAGeneProductENSG00000153574 (Ensembl)
Ri5PMetabolite4151-19-3 (CAS)
S-CoAMetaboliteHMDB01022 (HMDB) The ChEBI ID with the correct charge is: 57292
S7PMetabolite2646-35-7 (CAS)
SDHBGeneProductENSG00000117118 (Ensembl)
SHMT2GeneProductENSG00000182199 (Ensembl)
SLC16A3GeneProductENSG00000141526 (Ensembl)
SLC1A5GeneProductENSG00000105281 (Ensembl)
SLC2A1GeneProductENSG00000117394 (Ensembl)
SUCLG2GeneProductENSG00000172340 (Ensembl)
TALDO1GeneProductENSG00000177156 (Ensembl)
TCA CyclePathway
TIGARGeneProductENSG00000078237 (Ensembl)
TKTGeneProductENSG00000163931 (Ensembl)
citrateMetaboliteHMDB00094 (HMDB)
fumarateMetaboliteHMDB00134 (HMDB)
glucoseMetaboliteCHEBI:17234 (ChEBI)
glutamateMetaboliteCHEBI:14321 (ChEBI)
glutamineMetaboliteCHEBI:28300 (ChEBI)
glycineMetaboliteCHEBI:15428 (ChEBI)
lipidsMetaboliteCHEBI:18059 (ChEBI)
serineMetaboliteCHEBI:17822 (ChEBI)

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