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Glycolysis and Non-Glucose Sugars
In my biology book's section on disaccharide metabolism and glycolysis, it states that sugars other than glucose must be acted upon to enter glycolysis. Let's take sucrose as an example. Sucrose is ...
Sep 28 '13 at 2:46
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