Biochemistry - Glycolysis - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Glycolysis - Section 1 (Q.No. 7)
7.
In the glycogen synthase reaction, the precursor to glycogen is
glucose-6-P
UTP-glucose
UDP-glucose
glucose-1-P
Answer: Option
Explanation:
No answer description is available. Let's discuss.
Discussion:
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Muzafar said:   2 years ago
UDP stands for Uracil-Di-Phosphate.

Muzovu said:   4 years ago
What does UDP represent in this case? Please explain.
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Yona Yona said:   4 years ago
@Alvin Morales.

The UDP-glucose synthesized from glucose 1-phosphate and UTP in which glucose 1-phosphate obtained from glucose 6-phosphate by enzyme (phosphoglucomutase).

Ganesh mali said:   6 years ago
Can't understand this, Please explain.

Simpi said:   6 years ago
Please explain.

Mukul said:   7 years ago
Can't understand the answer. Please someone explain me.

Alvin Morales said:   7 years ago
Where it is found and where did the UDP-glucose come from?

Please describe the details.
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John ansah said:   1 decade ago
UDP-Glouse is a precursor because is the active form of glucose ready to be added to the glycogen primer.

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