GAPDH and intermediary metabolism.

@article{Seidler2013GAPDHAI,
  title={GAPDH and intermediary metabolism.},
  author={Norbert W. Seidler},
  journal={Advances in experimental medicine and biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={985},
  pages={37-59}
}
GAPDH plays a major enzymatic role in the intermediary metabolism of human tissues. In fact, the cells of all organisms require the catalytic capability of GAPDH in order to maintain adequate glycolytic flux. Even the primitive archaea rely on GAPDH in a pivotal step in the Entner-Doudoroff pathway, which is a series of reactions that resembles glycolysis. GAPDH catalyzes the sixth reaction of glycolysis in eukaryotic cells and represents a regulatory hurdle in anaerobic glycolysis. The triose… CONTINUE READING