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Fructose can enter glycolysis at two distinct points

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Fructose can enter glycolysis at two distinct points, depending on the tissue.How is fructosemetabolized in adipose tissue?a. Fructose is cleaved into two molecules of GAP.b. Fructose is converted to F-1P.c. Fructose is converted to F-6P.d. Fructose is converted to glucose.
Which of the following is directly produced from 2-phosphoglycerate in glycolysis?
Which of the following molecules is an activator of PFK in the liver only?
Glucose is transported into cells via glucose transporters (GLUTs) in the membrane.Which of thefollowing GLUT is found in the liver?
Which cofactor does pyruvate carboxylase require to catalyze the formation of oxaloacetate frompyruvate?a. NAD+b. Zincc. Coenzyme Ad. Biotin
Which cellular compartment is phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (PEPCK), the enzymeresponsible for converting oxaloacetate to PEP, located?

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Adenosine triphosphate, Oxaloacetate, B Phosphoenolpyruvate, c Catabolic, a Ametabolic

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