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December 15, 2017

Volume 292Issue 50p20354-20807
Open Access
On The Cover: Glucose metabolism is central to survival, growth, and proliferation of almost all the cells in the body. Disruption of glucose metabolic machinery can affect an array of processes, including every other metabolic process, transcriptional regulation, and various signaling pathways. The dense network represents a highly interconnected set of differentially expressed genes in HepG2 cells, grown under high glucose (25 mM) conditions. For details, see the article by Sen et al., pages 20362–20378....
On The Cover: Glucose metabolism is central to survival, growth, and proliferation of almost all the cells in the body. Disruption of glucose metabolic machinery can affect an array of processes, including every other metabolic process, transcriptional regulation, and various signaling pathways. The dense network represents a highly interconnected set of differentially expressed genes in HepG2 cells, grown under high glucose (25 mM) conditions. For details, see the article by Sen et al., pages 20362–20378.

Editors' Picks Highlights

Editors' Picks

Accelerated Communications

Cell Biology

Enzymology

Gene Regulation

Immunology

Membrane Biology

Metabolism

Methods and Resources

Microbiology

Molecular Bases of Disease

Molecular Biophysics

Plant Biology

Protein Structure and Folding

RNA

Signal Transduction

Additions and Corrections

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