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As compared to the liver, intestinal mucosa shows a high rate of aerobic glycolysis. This difference has been attributed to the higher activity of the intestinal phosphofructokinase (PFK) isoenzyme. The regulatory properties of rat small intestine and liver PFK were investigated. At pH 8, where PFK activity can be evaluated free of allosteric influences,… (More)