1. S

    What do kinases do

    I looked online and it seems obvious; Kinases add a phosphate group to a molecule, thus converting ATP to ADP. But... in glycolysis, Phosphoglyceratekinase produces ATP. I'm confused af.
  2. B

    Role of Acetyl CoA in many pathways

    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, Glucose-->Pyruvate-->Acetyl CoA-->ATP When cells have met energy needs There is a buildup of Acetyl CoA which, inhibits Pyruvate Dehydrogenase...
  3. A

    Does this look right to you?

    Shouldn't the ring be heterocyclic (with an oxygen incorporated)? I've encountered similar images online so this is just a sanity check!
  4. O

    NADH as GNG and Glycolysis regulator

    Hello, 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...