lecture32 - DHAP. Since the effective concentration of G3P...

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3 Nov 18­12:26 PM In glycolysis: Glucose is taken up by facilitated transport. It is phosphorylated from ATP. The phosphorylated glucose is unable to leave the cell The phosphorylation also adds to the potential energy of the molecule. The addition of a second phosphate, also from ATP increases the potential even further, and allows the isomerization of the glucose to fructose 1,6 bis phosphate. This then is split to yield G3P and
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Unformatted text preview: DHAP. Since the effective concentration of G3P is so low, DHAP is essentially all converted to G3P. Implies that each glucose yields 2 G3P. The G3P yields 2 ATP per triose, and 1 NADH. (The ATP are generated by substrate level phosphorylation.) Pyruvate has no phosphates. 11/14/2007 12:11 PM 4 11/14/2007 12:11 PM Text Figures 2.41a,b...
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