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a metabolic process that breaks down carbohydrates and sugars through a series of reactions to either pyruvic acid or lactic acid and releases energy for the body in the form of ATP

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the subject of the public procurement is the delivery of a cell analyzer with the possibility to measure the key indicators of mitochondrial respiration and glycolysis, Including the small plate module, For the bioenergetics laboratory of the institute of physiology at charles university, Faculty of medicine in hradec krlov, Including accessories, Transport, Customs, Operation, Operator training, Delivery of the relevant documentation, Warranty service and other terms of the tender dossier.
It is well established that, the postmortem energy metabolism or glycolysis (lactate) in muscle is highly relevant to the ultimate meat quality, and the muscle glycolytic flux early postmortem is mainly related to the phosphagen system and glycolytic enzymes activities [17].
Without glycolysis the dysregulated anaerobic cell can no longer maintain the enzymatic coating of nagalase, the enzyme blocking the development of GcMAF.
42% ATP for its activities by LDH-C4 catalyzed anaerobic glycolysis, which reduces the dependence on oxygen and enhances the adaptation to the hypoxic environments.
In this research, bladder cancer cells also had an efficient oxidative phosphorylation process wherein cancer cells promoted glycolysis in adjacent interstitial cells, thereby, causing increased formation of nutritional precursors.
That's why glycolysis is important for the stem cell.
Level of glucose concentration in blood samples falls with passing time due to glycolysis by blood cells which inevitably occurs during transportation and processing.
The inhibitory property of zinc salts on microbial glycolysis is pH dependent and bacteria specific, the inhibition is more at pH7 as demonstrated by Streptococcussobrinus and Streptococcussalivarius.
Both OXPHOS and glycolysis were significantly down-regulated in frataxin knockdown cells by ~40%.
Pyruvate is converted to lactate; that is, anaerobic glycolysis is activated.
Glycolysis was demonstrated in animal tumours by Warburg (1931).
The fatty acid degradation involves P-oxidation in glyoxysomes, glyoxylate cycle, Krebs cycle, part of gluconeogenesis and glycolysis, the pyruvate decarboxylation and again Krebs cycle (Figure 1).
There are different methods for the chemical recycling of waste PET, namely, hydrolysis [12, 14, 15], glycolysis [10, 16, 17], simultaneous hydrolysis-glycolysis [18], aminolysis [19-21], and aminoglycolysis [20, 22, 23], Hydrolysis of PET can be carried out as alkaline [12], acid [15], and neutral hydrolysis [14], EG and terephthalic acid (TPA) or oligomers with carboxyl end groups are obtained by hydrolysis of PET dependent on process conditions [14], Glycolysis is a depolymerization method commonly used in chemical recycling of waste PET.
If there are higher numbers of red or white blood cells, there is excessive glycolysis in the sample with substantial reduction of glucose level.