glycolytic enzyme


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glycolytic enzyme

An enzyme that catalyzes the oxidation of glucose.
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Creatine kinase activity and percentage bound glycolytic enzyme activities
Identification of the Components of a glycolytic enzyme metabolon on the Human Red Blood Cell Membrane.
Interestingly, satellite cells from old muscles also display dysregulation of genes controlling mitochondrial and glycolytic enzymes [31].
Red cell glycolytic enzyme disorders caused by mutations: an update.
Therefore, this result reveals that tangeretin enhances the glycolytic enzymes and controls the glucose metabolism in the hepatic tissues of diabetic rats by stimulating insulin production from existing beta cells of pancreas by its antioxidant potential.
The glycolytic enzyme, glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, was down-regulated (Lau et al.
2) Fluoride ions inhibit glycolysis by interfering with the reaction of the glycolytic enzyme enolase with its substrate.
1:00 Victor Waingeh (UND): GLYCOLYTIC ENZYME INTERACTIONS WITH F-ACTIN: COMPARING RABBIT AND YEAST
In addition, enolase, a glycolytic enzyme, diffuses across the cell membrane at high rates when the neuron is damaged.
They possess more glycolytic enzyme activity, more myosin ATPase activity and more intramuscular phosphate stores for anaerobic energy utilization (10).
The findings show that altering the activity of the glycolytic enzyme phosphofructokinase 1 (PFK1) through O-glycosylation can control carbon flow through key central metabolic pathways.