What are the precursors for gluconeogenesis?

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Santosh kumar. JH's picture

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Precursors for gluconeogenesis examples : Lactate, Pyruvate, Glucogenic amino acids, Propionate and Glycerol. Textbook of Biochemistry by U. Satyanarayana, 3rd edition; Pg no: 258
P.V.ABHIGNA's picture

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Lactate produced by active skeletal muscle is a major precursor for gluconeogenesis.Others include pyruvate, glucogenic amino acids, propionate and glycerol. BIOCHEMISTRY-Dr.U.Satyanarayana and Dr.U.Chakrapani.3rd EDITION .Page-258,261

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Uma Pratyusha's picture

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Hi Pratibha, The precursors of gluconeogenesis include lactates, pyruvates, amino acids, propionates and glycerols. reference: Biochemistry by U.Satyanarayana, page-258.

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Siva Mavuduru's picture

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Three carbon compounds are the main precursors and they include lactate, pyruvate and glycerol. Amino acids are also included in the list of precursors. Reference: Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, 20Editoin, page no 543

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