- Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas pathway
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Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas pathway — Emb·den Mey·er·hof Par·nas pathway (emґden miґər hof pahrґnahs) [G.G. Embden; O.F. Meyerhof; Jakub Karol Parnas, Polish biochemist, 1884â€“1949] see Embden Meyerhof pathway, under pathway … Medical dictionary
Embden-Meyerhof pathway — (= glycolysis; Embden Meyerhof Parnas pathway) The main pathway for anerobic degradation of carbohydrate. Starch or glycogen is hydrolyzed to glucose 1 phosphate and then through a series of intermediates, yielding two ATP molecules per glucose,… … Dictionary of molecular biology
pathway — 1. A collection of axons establishing a conduction route for nerve impulses from one group of nerve cells to another group or to an effector organ composed of muscle or gland cells. 2. Any sequence of chemical reactions leading from one … Medical dictionary
Meyerhof — Otto F., German U.S. biochemist and Nobel laureate, 1884–1951. See Embden M. pathway, Embden M. Parnas pathway, M. oxidation quotient … Medical dictionary
Embden — Gustav G., German biochemist, 1874–1933. See E. ester, Robison E. ester, E. Meyerhof pathway, E. Meyerhof Parnas pathway … Medical dictionary
Parnas — Jakob Karol, Polish physiologic chemist, 1884–1955. See Embden Meyerhof P. pathway … Medical dictionary
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