Regulation of Metabolism
MIT 5.07SC Biological Chemistry, Fall 2013
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Instructor: John Essigmann
In this final video, Professor Essigmann considers cell to organ and organ to organism metabolism. He reviews the key organ systems and hormones, and describes the general paradigms of pathway control: Covalent, Allosteric, and Acceptor Control.
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About the 18 minute mark you say glycogen phosphorylase kinase phosphorylates glycogen synthase. Isn't that done by protein kinase A directly?
A bit confused. I learnt AMPK activation only happened on cardic PFK2 isoform, but not muscle one. Can anyone comment on that?
This video is SO underrated