anaerobic glycolysis


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anaerobic glycolysis

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The key enzymes of anaerobic glycolysis are HK, phosphofructokinase, and PK.
In order to shed light on the effect of LDH-C4 on the anaerobic glycolysis in plateau pika skeletal muscle, 20 pikas were randomly divided into two groups the inhibitor group (experimental) and the control group, reach of 10 pikas.
Cancer cells, though, generally show a dominance of anaerobic glycolysis, whereby the pyruvate generated from glucose is diverted--via the upregulation of several enzymes including PKM2 and LDH-A and downregulation of pyruvate dehydrogenase (PDH)--into NAD and lactic acid production.
Pyruvate is converted to lactate; that is, anaerobic glycolysis is activated.
The Warberg effect is the malignant cell's propensity to utilize anaerobic glycolysis over mitochondrion-dependent metabolism.
This result suggested that extracellular glucose might be taken up more rapidly during ischemia to supply energy via anaerobic glycolysis.
18 (respiratory quotient), it can be noted that, as the exercise intensity increases in the athletes of our experiment, the energy to sustain it is supplied by the anaerobic glycolysis, not by the lipid system, as it would be normal for the economy of effort (CrossOver phenomenon).
e anaerobic glycolysis in some essential organs, may answer this mysterious aspect.
Glucose is the major energy source in cancer cells where it utilizes both aerobic and anaerobic glycolysis with the resultant lactic acid formation.
After the first-round, it was observed that the club wrestlers required greater energy from anaerobic glycolysis.
It is known that both pyruvate and lactate are the end products of the anaerobic glycolysis.
Under various conditions, mammalian sperm provide their energy requirements by anaerobic glycolysis, aerobic glycolysis and beta oxidation of endogenous substrates (including fatty acids).