The central role of rumen fermentation products in intermediary metabolism
of ruminants is well recognized.
We believe that by combining known principles of ligand-field theory with new insights into organocatalysis and organo-metallic catalysis, the question of whether intermediary metabolism
is a deterministic emergence from the periodic table of the elements can be systematically addressed in a series of laboratory experiments.
The present study examined the activity of enzymes of intermediary metabolism
in four tissues: muscle, liver, heart and brain of three Amazonian freshwater turtles: P.
The present review analyses the possibilities for MS technique for the diagnosis of diseases related to intermediary metabolism
Using 13C nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, the intermediary metabolism
of ethanol degradation was studied in adult Drosophila, and compared with the known larval situation.
Those changes that are hidden inside the body are called intermediary metabolism
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Without going into the gory details of intermediary metabolism
, it is sufficient to say that the TCA cycle produces 34 ATP molecules or 17 times that of glycolysis.
discusses intermediary metabolism
at a level accessible to readers with no more than a familiarity with general biochemistry, using the long-studied microbe Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast as a case study.
Organic acidemias are disorders of intermediary metabolism
that lead to the accumulation of toxic compounds that derange multiple intracellular biochemical pathways, including glucose catabolism (glycolysis), glucose synthesis (gluconeogenesis), amino acid and ammonia metabolism, purine and pyrimidine metabolism, and fat metabolism.
In our previous work, we had data-mined genomic databases and utilized available biochemical data on metabolic pathways of several reductive chemoautotrophic organisms that included Aquifex aeolicus, Hydrogenobacter ther-mophilus, Thiomicrospira denitrificans, and Chlorobium terpidium, enabling us to construct an almost complete chart of reductive autotrophic intermediary metabolism
(Sriniva-san and Morowitz, 2009).