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for glycolysis know starting material, products, where ATP and NAD+ are generated
starting material: glucose
products: 4 ATP per glucose (2 per GAP), one produced at conversion of 1,3bisphosglycerate to 3-phosglycerate
and from PRP to pyruvate via pyruvate kinase

NAD+ is generated (to regenerate NAD+ that was turned into NADH) via shuttling into mito or pyruvate to LActate
know irreversible steps of glycolysis:
1st step, P of glucose via HEXOKINASE, cosubstrate ATP-Mg
pep to pyruvate via pyruvate kinase
F6p to F1,6P via PFK1
difference between an isomerase and a mutase
mutase shifts a chemical group from one position to another within the same molecule
isomerase gives say glucose to fructose
two examples of substrate level phosphorylation seen in glucose
one produced at conversion of 1,3bisphosglycerate to 3-phosglycerate via 3phosphoglycerate kinase

and from PRP to pyruvate via pyruvate kinase
understand the mechanism of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase
the first of the two substrate level phosphorylation occuring in glycolysis, works in conjunction with 3-phosphoglycerate kinase
uses NAD
common intermediate: 1,3bisphosphoglycerate