I had a practice question that read: "High levels of NADH will inhibit which of the following enzymes?"
The answer choices Fructose 1-6-bisphosphatase and Glucose-6-phosphatase were both explained to be incorrect because:
"This enzyme is required for gluconeogenesis. High levels of NADH would...
I am just trying to get an overall idea of Acetyl CoA and how it effects the different pathways. Here is what I know so far:
When cells need ATP,
When cells have met energy needs
There is a buildup of Acetyl CoA which,
inhibits Pyruvate Dehydrogenase...
Can anyone explain how NADH regulates gluconeogenesis? TPR online exam solution states that NADH inhibits GNG because of reduction in concentration of pyruvate and OAA needed to produce glucose in GNG. I know that high NADH inhibits glycolysis as well by feedback inhibition. So does NADH...