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DITsugar/energy quiz

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major regulatory enzymes of the citric acid cycle? Citrate synthase, isocitrate dehydrogenase, alphaKG dehydrogenase
glycolysis RLE PFK1
gluconeogenesis RLE Fructose 1,6 bispohosphatase
Citric Acid cycle RLE isocitrate dehydrogenase
Glycogenesis RLE glycogen synthase
glycogenolysis RLE glycogen phosphorylase
Functional role of S-adenosyl methionie? transports methyl units; generates phosphocreatine
activated carrier of CO2 biotin
activated carrier of glucose UDP glucose
activated carrier of electorns NADH, NADPH, FADH2
activated carrier of one carbon units THF
activated carrier of Acyl CoA, lipoamide
how many ATP are genearted during aerobin metabolism? malate shuttle = 32; G3P shuttle = 30
how many ATP are generated during anaerobic metabolis? 2 + lactate
What are the possible products of pyruvate? Alanine, Oxaloacetate, Acetyl CoA, Lactate
What irreversible enzymes are involved in gluconeogenesis? pyruvate carboxylase, PEP carboxykinase, Fructose 1,6 bisphosphatase, Glucose 6 phosphatase
What is the primary energy source in a pt that has not eaten in 2 days? FA
What is the eqn for Gibbs free energy G = H x TS
most exergonic with phosphate loss to least exergonic with phosphate loss PEP to ATP to AMP
Why does someone get hypoglycemia after taking 7 shots in rapid succession before dinner. generates lots of NADH which moves Pyr + OA to lact + malate so there's no inputs for gluconeogenesis
intense muscle cramps and darkening of urine after exercise McArdles (muscle phosphorylase deficiency)
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