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1. It acts as a glucose preservative by inhibiting glycolysis.
2. Consequently, these mutant cells rely exclusively on glycolysis for their energy requirements and require exogenous pyruvate and pyrimidines for growth.
3. How do glycolysis and gluconeogenesis differ?How are they similar?
4. The anaerobic breakdown of glucose is called glycolysis.
5. The glucose not used in glycolysis is metabolized via a second pathway, the hexose monophosphate (HMP) shunt.
6. Glucose is oxidized in respiration through glycolysis and the KREBS CYCLE.
7. The pyretic acid formed by GLYCOLYSIS is broken down into acetaldehyde and carbon dioxide.
8. Regulation of glycolysis The main control step is that catalyzed by PFK but hexokinase and pyruvate kinase are additional control sites.
9. For example, in glycolysis, glucose phosphate isomerase catalyzes the conversion of glucose 6 - phosphate to fructose 6 - phosphate.
10. Lactate concentrations in whole blood are extremely unstable because of the rapid production and release of lactate by erythrocytes due to glycolysis.
11. In working skeletal muscle under anaerobic conditions, glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate is converted to pyruvate (the payoff phase of glycolysis),[sentencedict.com] and the pyruvate is reduced to lactate .
12. It is also involved in gluconeogenesis, pentose phosphate ways, and it is one of the key enzyme in the organisms with aerobic and anaerobic glycolysis metabolism.
13. Phosphoenolpyruvate (PEP) is one of the two phosphoryl group donors in the synthesis of ATP during glycolysis.
14. The main energy producing pathway in the leucocyte is glycolysis, resulting in lactate production from glucose.
15. This speeds up the onset of rigor mortis by depleting muscle energy (ATP) and rapidly increasing the anaerobic glycolysis that produces lactic acid.
16. These results suggest that CO can change the way of cardiac energy metabolism and increase anaerobic glycolysis to compensate for cardiac hypoxia induced by CO.
17. Conclusion It is suggested that the increased synthesis of GLUT1 and GLUT3 induced by HI could accelerate the utilization of glucose in the brain and adapt to the requirement of anaerobic glycolysis.
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18. In the heart perfusion experiments, why did glucose uptake and glycolysis decrease? Why did hexose monophosphates accumulate?
19. A acute exhausting exercise need not only the energy from aerobic oxidation and anaerobic glycolysis of glucose but also from aerobic oxidation of fat.
20. This article explains the research progress of some key enzymes of the glycolysis and gluconeogenesis on the activities, gene expression and so on.
21. In adipose tissue and muscle, hexokinase can phosphorylate fructose to fructose 6-phosphate that then enters glycolysis.
22. The increment of lactate, which may be the product of glycolysis during activation of neurons, suggests that energy demand of neural activity may be met by anaerobic glycolysis.
23. Insect cold hardening processing is related with the activity of some enzymes of intermediary metabolism, including enzymes of glycolysis, hexose monophosphate shunt and cryoprotectant synthesis.
24. Objective To establish the effective approach for preventing continuous glycolysis in isolated blood sample.
25. It flourishes in tumor tissue because there is often marked anaerobic glycolysis occurring.
26. The glycerol is converted into dihydroxyacetone phosphate which enters glycolysis.
27. This mechanism can be explained by velvet antler 's ability to enhance glycolysis to nerve tissue.
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