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Citric Acid Cycle

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  • This indicated that lactate was metabolized directly via pyruvate to enter the tricarboxylic acid cycle [27].
  • Compounds transported by MFS permeases include simple sugars, oligosaccharides, inositols, drugs, amino acids, nucleosides, organophosphate esters, Krebs cycle metabolites, and a large variety of organic and inorganic anions and cations [28].
  • The pathogenesis in these instances seems to consist of an initial synergistic insult on the liver by mixed types of viruses and subsequent breakdown of urea cycle, Krebs cycle, and possible other hepatic functions [29].
  • At this glucose concentration, there was no measurable accumulation of lactate in sensitized spleen cells, but Krebs cycle activity was detectable [30].
  • Inhibition of viral replication by nitric oxide and its reversal by ferrous sulfate and tricarboxylic acid cycle metabolites [31].

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