Metabolic Flux Through the Citrate Cycle: The Effects of AMP, ADP, ATP, and NADH
The citrate cycle is a critical metabolic pathway that is responsible for the production of energy in the form of ATP. This cycle utilizes the energy-rich molecules of AMP, ADP, ATP, and NADH in the process of producing energy. AMP is the precursor molecule for ATP and NADH, which are both important for the production of energy. ADP is the end product of ATP, which is then used to power the cycle and create ATP. NADH is the molecule that carries electrons, which are then used for energy production. The role of these molecules in the citrate cycle is to drive metabolic flux, which is the process of energy production. AMP and ADP are used in the initial steps of the cycle, with AMP providing the energy to start the cycle and ADP providing the necessary molecules for ATP synthesis. ATP and NADH then work together to power the cycle and create ATP. The NADH molecule carries the electrons and ATP provides the energy to power the cycle. This metabolic logic is essential for the cycle to run properly and produce ATP (Babu, 2020). Cont….
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