Unformatted text preview: oxygen, and carbon monoxide inhibits the binding of oxygen to hemoglobin, all of which stop the production of ATP. However DNP kills by using energy rapidly, without replacing the ATP used. 5. fermentation runs along with glycolysis, it transfers electrons from NADH to pyruvate, the remaining NAD+ oxidizes sugar by glycolysis to generate ATP. 6. the fact that glycolysis doesn’t use oxygen, and oxygen wasn’t present in the atmosphere until 2.7 billion years ago seems to show that glycolysis has been around for a long time. 7. if you flood a cell with the enzymes and activators that metabolize glucose in a patient with a reduced glucose metabolism, the addition of the enzymes will metabolize the glucose as if they were naturally there, like in someone with a normal glucose metabolism....
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- Fall '07
- Enzyme, Adenosine triphosphate, normal glucose metabolism