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which reactions in glycolysis are
'irreversible'?
glucose -> glucose 6 phosphate
PEP -> pyruvate
Why do RBCs only get ATP from glycolysis?
No mitochondria, therefore no aerobic catabolism
Where is glycogen stored?
Brain (some) liver and muscle
How are most carbs stored?
converted to FA then stored as TAG
Enzyme catalyses Pyruvate to lactate?
What does it need?
Lactate dehydrogenase
NADH
What is glycogenolysis?
Break down of glycogen to glucose-6-phosphate
Where does glycogenolysis take place?
Liver
Muscles