aerobic glycolysis


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aerobic glycolysis

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Metabolic studies on isolated hair follicles: hair follicles engage in aerobic glycolysis and do not demonstrate the glucose fatty acid cycle.
Increased levels of HIF-1 resulting in upregulation of its target proteins equip clear-cell RCC cells with a specific set of enzymatic machinery that favours aerobic glycolysis over oxidative phosphorylation.
1] is an indicator that the demand for ATP cannot be met solely by the aerobic glycolysis, and that the proportion of energy derived from anaerobic pathways has increased.
Cancer cells using aerobic glycolysis produce many biosynthetic precursors such as ribulose-5-p which are the building blocks for the production of proteins, lipids, and DNA required by the rapidly dividing cancer cells.
Most renal cell carcinomas produce energy through a biochemical process called aerobic glycolysis, one that healthy cells don't typically require.
High aerobic glycolysis of rat hepatoma cells in culture: role of mitochondrial hexokinase.