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(glī-kol′ĭ-sĭs) [″ + lysis, dissolution]
The first stage of cell respiration, the series of reactions that convert a molecule of glucose to two molecules of pyruvic acid with the formation of a small amount of ATP.
glycolytic (glī″kŏ-lit′ik), adjective
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2d3, treatment with tBHP resulted in a decrease in the levels of glycolytic enzymes (M2 splice isoform of pyruvate kinase, lactate dehydrogenase (LDHA) and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH)) in the H9c2 cells, and TPG effectively ameliorated this deregulated enzyme expression.
Moreover, adductor muscles have specific glycolytic pathways (i.e., the octopine pathway), which allow them to maintain (Livingstone et al.
littorea and may serve to help alter the processing of pyruvate into alternate glycolytic end products, such as succinate, alanine, propionate, or alanopine.
In addition to the downregulation of the glycolytic pathway and modulating the formation of autophagic vacuole formation, our findings also reveal that fatty acid [beta]-oxidation is significantly upregulated in VPS4B-depleted cells.
Several glycolytic enzymes are predicted by us to have the PPRE site, suggesting their regulation by PPAR[gamma] (Figure 3).
Importantly, Akt hyper-activity can also increase the activity of mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR), thereby increasing HIF-1-associated glycolytic effects.
"We t think that a compound like mannoheptulose or a glycolytic inhibitor is going to be superior to any of the products that are out there, because of the fact that it does work somewhat similarly to true caloric restriction," Ingram says.
Although the mechanism involved in the up-regulation of ENO-2 is unknown, our study provides evidence that the increased expression of ENO-2 may have implications in the increased glycolytic capacity of tumors.
The glycolytic potential based on the low/high (LDH) and MDH/LDH (malate dehydrogenase/ lactate dehydrogenase) ratios for muscle and heart are shown in Figure 3.
We studied in our laboratories the effects of inhibitors of glycolytic enzymes on influencing cell signaling that leads to the progression of cancer.
Meyerhof was particularly interested in the glycolytic pathway and was the first scientist to detail several of the reactions that occurred.
The glucose so produced or the glucose absorbed from diet undergoes a series of reactions through anaerobic glycolytic pathway in the tissues to produce pyruvic acid and then lactic acid or the pyruvic acid undergoes oxidative decarboxylation to form acetyl Co-A which is channelised into aerobic Kreb's cycle, which in its cycle generates reduced nucleotides (NADH and FAD) for the ultimate generation of biological currency, ATP through electron transport system.