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In eukaryotes, glycolysis occurs in the cytosol while the Krebs cycle occurs inside of the mitochondria.
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As shown in Figure 2, when ketosis had occurred, a main cause of decreased protein synthesis appears to be because amino acids may be utilized by gluconeogenesis and the Krebs cycle (including via pyruvate or via oxalacetic acid or via fumarate or viaa-ketoglutarate or via succinyl-CoA) (Ingvartsen, 2006).
The lack of ROS generation after 3NP application can be explained by the unique position of SDH as a member of both the Krebs cycle and the respiratory chain.
Lastly, the requirement for the subsequent metabolism of glucose through glycolysis and Krebs cycle was indicated by the ability of metabolites such as dihydroxyacetone, glycerol, lactate, pyruvate, acetate, and citrate to stimulate levels of PPSS I mRNA.
One learns the language of medicine while dissecting layers of tissue, poring over the microscope, and memorizing the Krebs cycle.
Some response patterns such as changes in metabolites involved in histidine metabolism and the Krebs cycle appeared relatively conserved between the susceptible and resistant strains.
Except during hibernation, the mitochondrial dynamics in these species are essentially identical to those of humans, In health, the products of metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins enter the Krebs cycle and, under optimal conditions, are broken down completely into water and carbon dioxide to generate "clean" energy.
Role-play is one way to give students a visual overview of glycolysis and the Krebs cycle, with the aim of helping them construct their own mental images.
Increased urinary excretion of analogs of Krebs cycle metabolites and arabinose in two brothers with autistic features.
We believe that supplying the Krebs Cycle with enough substrates and increasing the Acetyl Coenzyme A (providing sufficient energy to the cell to sustain life) will be able to maintain the cell viable for prolonged periods of time.