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Which of the following enzymes in the Red Blood Cells require Thiamine as a co-factor?

a- Pyruvate Dehydrogenase
b- Thiamine Pyrophosphate transketolase
c- Succintate Dehydrogenase
d- Alpha ketoglutorate Dehydrogenase
e- Propionyl Co A Carboxylase
 

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both are used in Kreb's. RBCs metabolise glucose anaerobically...
I don't get it, who's Nancy:confused:
:D:D:D Tender Loving Care For Nancy is a mnemonic for those three enzymes that use thiamine, lipoic acid, Co-A, FADH, and NADH from Niacin so Nancy is your Niacin :D:D:D

Oh, yes you are right, RBCs has no mitochondria. That's a nice question :)
 
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