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Zhang, "Determination of tricarboxylic acid cycle acids and other related substances in cultured mammalian cells by gradient ion-exchange chromatography with suppressed conductivity detection," Journal of Chromatography A, vol.
There is close relationship between N metabolism and respiration in plants and these two metabolic systems connect with each other via the tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA) (Fig.
Effect of corosolic acid on the activities of mitochondrial tricarboxylic acid cycle enzymes in CCl4- hepatotoxic rats
Significantly over-represented metabolic ontologies from the Biological Process database included "generation of precursor metabolites and energy," "carbohydrate metabolic process," "oxidative phosphorylation," "respiratory electron transport chain," and "tricarboxylic acid cycle." A significantly higher proportion of genes involved in biomineralization were differentially expressed in urchins exposed to high pC[O.sub.2] seawater than would be expected based upon the number of biomineralization genes encoded in the S.
(10), (26), (27) It has recently been demonstrated that ginseng activates multiple enzymes in the so-called tricarboxylic acid cycle (or Krebs cycle), enabling mitochondria to extract maximum energy (in the form of ATP) from their glucose fuel in the presence of oxygen.
In hyperglycemia, cellular energy demand shifts towards anaerobic metabolism, which inhibits the function of the tricarboxylic acid cycle and causes the brain to metabolize gamma-aminobutyric acid as an alternative energy source.
Table 1 Water-soluble vitamins: Deficiency, insufficiency, symptoms, and dietary sources Deficiency Insufficiency Symptoms At-risk patients B1 (thiamine): Glycolysis, tricarboxylic acid cycle Rare; 7% in 5% total, 12% Wernicke - Older adults, heart failure of older Korsakoff malabsorptive patients women syndrome, conditions, memory heavy alcohol impairment, use Those with confusion, diabetes are at lack of risk because of coordination, increased paralysis clearance B2 (riboflavin): FMN, FAD cofactors in glycolysis and oxidative pathways.