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Sign In Exxam 3Get started today forfree1. StudyBlue 2. Alabama 3. Auburn University 4. Biochemistry 5. Biochemistry 5180 6. Duin 7. Exxam 3 Annie S.Created:2015-05-07 Last Modified:2015-05-07 Size:31 Views:11Three steps of glycolytic pathway that differ from gluconeogenesis Conversion of glucose into glucose-6-phosphate Conversion of fructose 6-phosphate into fructose 1,6-bisphosphate Conversion of phosphoenolpyruvate into pyruvate Why is gluconeogenesis catalyzed by different enzymes? Glycolysis is exergonic with ΔG°'=-74 kJ/mol mainly due to the 3 steps that differ, the other steps are reversible under cellular conditions For gluconeogenesis to be thermodynamically favorable enzymes must catalyze reactions Steps of glycolysis/gluconeogenesis that differ
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