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Interplay between the m6A Epitranscriptome and Tumor Metabolism: Mechanisms and Therapeutic Implications
N6-methyladenosine (m6A) modification of messenger RNA (mRNA) influences the stability and translation of the transcripts into functional proteins. Recent studies reveal the role of m6A modifications in regulating the metabolism of basic biomolecules such as glucose, lipids and amino acids. Such mechanisms are not only important for physiological functions of normal cells but also prove to be pivotal for the pathogenesis of cancers by driving dysregulated metabolism. M6A writers, readers anddoi:10.3390/biomedicines10102589 fatcat:2246ky45vjhr5do7bnrxjooyie