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In the present study, the expression of creatine kinase M-type was up-regulated in the livers of ketotic cows, which suggested that excess ATP, produced by Krebs cycle as mentioned above, may also come from the protein synthesis pathway because inhibited protein synthesis would decrease the demand for ATP which was stored in the form of phosphocreatine.
As shown in Figure 2, the substrate for gluconeogenesis was mostly supplied by glucogenic amino acids through the Krebs cycle (including via oxalacetic acid or via fumarate or viaa-ketoglutarate or via succinyl-CoA) or pyruvate (Danfaer et al.
Consequently, teaching assistants emphasize that the role-play described in this study is purposely limited to only some particular aspects of the molecular or submicroscopic cellular processes of glycolysis and the Krebs cycle (the fate of the carbon atoms).
Following glycolysis and after the movement of two sets of acetyl groups through the mitochondrial membrane, the following sequence will demonstrate the basic framework of the Krebs cycle on the inside ("matrix") of the mitochondrion.
These names need to be emphasized by the teaching assistant and students because the alternate name for the Krebs cycle is the Citric Acid Cycle, named after this first step in the cyclic pathway.
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Simple tests done to measure the urinary excretion of the metabolites of Krebs cycle and glycolytic pathways, mycotoxins, and hippuric acid in the subjects of his study would have shed much light on what was observable and documentable in the chemistry of those afflicted by the putative occupational mass psychogenic illness.
Hurt human habitat and energy deficit--healing through restoration of Krebs cycle chemistry.