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GLYCOLYSIS FEEDER PATHWAYS & GLUCONEOGENSIS ..

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The glycolytic pathway begins with glucose and leads to pyruvate. Carbohydrates are a variety of sugars that use the feeder pathway of glycolysis and result in supplying energy. Fructose, a common monosaccharide enters glycolysis pathway in the muscle, using fructose-6-phosphate and in the liver using fructose 1-phosphate, which splits into glyceraldehyde and dihyroxyacetone phosphate.
Galactose differing from glucose in its stereochemistry at one position, must be converted to glucose to enter glycolysis. The first step is phosphorylation. Then, a UDP nucleotide group is exchanged between galactose 1-phosphate and UDP-glucose. The result of this reaction is the production of glucose 1-phosphate and UDP-galactose. UDP-galactose is enzymatically converted to UDP-glucose, which is then converted to glucose 1-phosphate. Glucose 1-phosphate is converted to glucose 6-phosphate to enter the glycolysis pathway.
After glucose is retained from glycogen, it is released as glucose 1-phosphate, which is converted to glucose-6-phosphate to enter glycolysis pathway.
When the body is deficient in the specific enzymes that direct sugars into the glycolysis pathway clinical presentations are seen. For example lactose intolerance is caused by a reduction in the enzyme that converts lactose to galactose and glucose in the intestine. Another example is galactosemia, a deficiency of the enzymes to convert galactose to glucose. The accumulation of galactose leads to mental retardation, liver damage and eye damage unless treated.
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The glycolytic pathway begins with glucose and leads to pyruvate. Carbohydrates are a variety of sugars that use the feeder pathway of glycolysis and result in supplying energy. Fructose, a common monosaccharide enters glycolysis pathway in the muscle, using fructose-6-phosphate and in the liver using fructose 1-phosphate, which splits into glyceraldehyde and dihyroxyacetone phosphate.
Galactose differing from glucose in its stereochemistry at one position, must be converted to glucose to enter glycolysis. The first step is phosphorylation. Then, a UDP nucleotide group is exchanged between galactose 1-phosphate and UDP-glucose. The result of this reaction is the production of glucose 1-phosphate and UDP-galactose. UDP-galactose is enzymatically converted to UDP-glucose, which is then converted to glucose 1-phosphate. Glucose 1-phosphate is converted to glucose 6-phosphate to enter the glycolysis pathway.
After glucose is retained from glycogen, it is released as glucose 1-phosphate, which is converted to glucose-6-phosphate to enter glycolysis pathway.
When the body is deficient in the specific enzymes that direct sugars into the glycolysis pathway clinical presentations are seen. For example lactose intolerance is caused by a reduction in the enzyme that converts lactose to galactose and glucose in the intestine. Another example is galactosemia, a deficiency of the enzymes to convert galactose to glucose. The accumulation of galactose leads to mental retardation, liver damage and eye damage unless treated.
-Caneicea

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The glycolytic pathway begins with glucose and leads to pyruvate. Carbohydrates are a variety of sugars that use the feeder pathway of glycolysis and result in supplying energy. Fructose, a common monosaccharide enters glycolysis pathway in the muscle, using fructose-6-phosphate and in the liver using fructose 1-phosphate, which splits into glyceraldehyde and dihyroxyacetone phosphate.
Galactose differing from glucose in its stereochemistry at one position, must be converted to glucose to enter glycolysis. The first step is phosphorylation. Then, a UDP nucleotide group is exchanged between galactose 1-phosphate and UDP-glucose. The result of this reaction is the production of glucose 1-phosphate and UDP-galactose. UDP-galactose is enzymatically converted to UDP-glucose, which is then converted to glucose 1-phosphate. Glucose 1-phosphate is converted to glucose 6-phosphate to enter the glycolysis pathway.
After glucose is retained from glycogen, it is released as glucose 1-phosphate, which is converted to glucose-6-phosphate to enter glycolysis pathway.
When the body is deficient in the specific enzymes that direct sugars into the glycolysis pathway clinical presentations are seen. For example lactose intolerance is caused by a reduction in the enzyme that converts lactose to galactose and glucose in the intestine. Another example is galactosemia, a deficiency of the enzymes to convert galactose to glucose. The accumulation of galactose leads to mental retardation, liver damage and eye damage unless treated.
-Caneicea