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In addition to answering my question, please suggest a good review article that provides comparison of the above effects. Which pathways affect central carbon metabolism to produce these effects? Also, how many unique metabolic effects are known for metabolism in general? Is there a good article which covers such unique aspects of metabolism?

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    $\begingroup$ Your question is quite broad (multiple questions and overall broad nature). Can you please narrow it down a bit so that it is answerable in a few paragraphs at most? $\endgroup$ – WYSIWYG Apr 10 at 13:15
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  • $\begingroup$ Are you sure you want to compare the Warburg efffect with the Crabtree effect (inhibition of respiration by addition of glucose), and not the Pasteur effect (oxygen inhibits glycolysis/fermentation) with the Crabtree effect? See here for a review if I have interpreted correctly. For the Pasteur effect see Sols. The explanation for the P.effect is intimately connected with the allosteric regulation of PFK (as far as I remember) $\endgroup$ – user1136 Apr 10 at 22:46
  • $\begingroup$ Also see The Pasteur effect and the relations between respiration and fermentation by H A Krebs (IMO a definitive article on the Pasteur effect) $\endgroup$ – user1136 Apr 11 at 7:05