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sdekivit wrote:whitebear36 wrote:I wonder How Glycerol turned into alpha-glycerophosphate and then into dihidroxyacetonphosphate
i explained thus in more threads on this forum but here's the story about metabolizing glycerol again:
First glycerol is activated by giving it a phosphate group. The enzyme in play is glycerol kinase. The result is glycerol-3-phosphate.
This is oxidized by glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase to dihydroxyacetonphosphate.
Oh! Thank You very Much....
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