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Ketogenesis controlled by several factors including regeneration of accetyl coa carboxylase thru phosphorylation(deactvation) and desphorlation ( activation) by glucagon n epinephrine and insulin respectivey wrote it in my notes fr sumwhere cnt remember did i write it wrong ?
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yes, you wrote it correctly

insulin dephosphorylation lead to acetyl coA carboxylase leading to fatty acid synthesis in fed state

glucagon phosphorylation lead to deactivation of acetyl co A carboxylase stopping synthesis and leading to oxidation to ketogenesis(but i'm not sure epinephrine also involved in this)

it's told in kaplan videos.....
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