Author(s): Dessi S, Batetta B, Pulisci D, Spano O, Anchisi C, et al.
Background. The authors have previously demonstrated in different experimental models that sustained processes of cellular growth are characterized by alterations of cholesterol metabolism not only in the proliferating tissues but also in the plasma compartment.
Methods. To evaluate whether alterations of cholesterol metabolism similar to those observed in experimental models are also associated with human cancer, in the present study cholesterol distribution in tumor tissues and lipid composition in the plasma compartment were determined in patients with different types of gastrointestinal cancer.
Author(s): Gunji S, Arima K, Beppu T
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