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Old 09-19-2013
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Biochemistry Substrate level phosphoryation

Which of these substrates can be used immediately for substrate level phosphoryation to produce ATP or an equivalent

a) 3-Phosphoglycerate
b) Pyruvate
c) Glyceraldehyde
d) Phosphoenolpyruvate
e) Succinate
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PEP ---> Pyruvate with an ATP produced (catalyzed by Pyruvate kinase). But I don't think this is a USMLE styled question.
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I don't think its an usmle style question either, but it deals with basic biochemistry knowledge
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Good to know
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