Biochemistry by A. Chadwick Cox (auth.), Thomas Briggs Ph.D., Albert M.

By A. Chadwick Cox (auth.), Thomas Briggs Ph.D., Albert M. Chandler Ph.D. (eds.)

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GLYCOGEN STORAGE DISEASES A number of diseases of glycogen metabolism have been identified. Depending upon which enzyme is deficient, these diseases can manifest either storage of excessive levels of glycogen or the synthesis of glycogen of abnormal structure, or both. Their characteristics are summarized in Table 3-6. long outer branches McArdle's Disease phosphorylase Muscle I,N Hers'Disease phosphorylase Liver I,N VII phosphofructokinase Muscle I,N VIII phosphorylase kinase Liver I,N Type I II V VI Table 3-6.

It can also be caused, in a relatively mild form, by a deficiency of galactokinase. C. Glycerol Glycerol is released from adipose tissue and liver primarily from the hydrolysis of triglycerides. Glycerol kinase catalyzes the following reaction, but its activity is low in muscle and adipose tissue: glycerol + ATP > glycerol-3-P + ADP Glycerol phosphate dehydrogenase catalyzes the reaction: glycerol-3-P + NAD+ > dihydroxyacetone phosphate + NADH + H+ The dihydroxyacetone phosphate can then enter the glycolytic pathway to be converted to pyruvate or can be converted to glucose via the gluconeogenic pathway.

The lactate and glycerol must be recycled to glucose. Finally, under severe stress or starvation, glucose levels are maintained by breaking down skeletal muscle proteins so that some of the amino acids released can be converted to glucose. This recycling and conversion is carried out by the gluconeogenic pathway. B. Energy Barriers to the Reversal of Glycolysis Pyruvate is a common key compound for both glycolysis and gluconeogenesis. However, gluconeogenesis is NOT the reversal of glycolysis. In the glycolytic pathway, the conversion of PEP to pyruvate greatly favors the formation of pyruvate.

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