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Gycolysis Metabolic

WVSOM Class of 2012 Glycolysis Metabolic Interconnections

QuestionAnswer
what molecule can enter the pentose phosphate pathway Glucose-6-phosphate
name a use of glucose-6-P? Glucose-6-phosphate can be converted to / reformed from glycogen
Glucose-6-phosphate can be converted to what? fructose-6-phosphate
how can glucose-6-Phosphate be converted to glucose? via glucose 6-phosphatase activity only in the liver.
how is 2,3-BPG produced? from the glycolytic intermediate 1,3-bis-phosphoglycerate
how is 2,3-BPG catalyzed? is catabolized by entering the glycolytic pathway as 3-phosphoglycerate
For storage as fatty acids, carbohydrate carbons must be converted to what? acetyl CoA
Oxaloacetate is the product of what? pyruvate carboxylase
is transamination reversible? yes
g6pd is the enzyme for what two pathways? glycolysis, ppp
if 1,2 BPG is converted 3 phosphogylcerate, what is lost? atp
fatty acids are converted to acetyl coa in one of three ways: glycolysis, tca cycle, pdh
acetyl coa is the product of what? pdh
pyruvate can be converted reversibly to what? alanine
Created by: mhassan