36 Sugar-lipid conversions NARRATED v3X

36 Sugar-lipid conversions NARRATED v3X - Sugars...

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Lecture 36 : Interconversions between sugars and fats
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N-01 N-1 Sugars -> fats
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N-02 Lipids do not feed into glycolysis would shut down Krebs cycle
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N-03 Glyoxysome Mitochondrion (citrate) (isocitrate) -ketoglutarate) (succinyl-CoA) Krebs cycle
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N-04 Amphibolic nature of the Krebs cycle
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Unformatted text preview: Sugars replenishing Krebs intermediates : Anapleurotic reactions energy source : gluconeogenesis : step 1 or step 2 reverse N-05 N-06 Low cell sugar : Starvation, fasting, untreated diabetes N-07 Atkin’s diet N-08 N-09...
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