higlucokinase has higher Km than hexokinase which is imp for liver cell gluconeogenis ...
this is from decks ..can someone explain please ..
thanks but my Q is ..is not glucokinase in liver promoting glycolysis and not gluconeogenesis ....and in decks it says it is imp for the hepatocytes criteri of being able to perform gluconeogenesis[/q
Hepatocytes are the predominant cell in the liver parenchyma. The liver takes up glucose and stores it as glycogen after a carbohydrate meal when blood glucose is plentiful. During fasting conditions, the liver releases glucose from glycogen, generates glucose by gluconeogenesis, and exports it into the blood. The separate liver promoter allows glucokinase to be regulated differently in hepatocytes than in the neuroendocrine cells
i am not sure if this is right ans but i found this
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i think use of fermentation and anarobic glycolysis is same becoz both are used when energy is required in absence of oxygen.one more explanation please
also in decks
majority of energy conserved during catabolism occur during end of reaction of E transport chain ...
well is not it energy produced ....??
also in decks the use of fermentation and anaerobic glycolysis is the same
is not the fermentation the one done by yeast to produce alcohol???
please reply and clear my doubt