5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Where is Glucose 6 Phosphatase found and how does it function during the Glucagon World?
- hyperlipidemia, hepatomegaly, lactic acidosis
- Which disease has abnormal glycogen inclusion bodies?
- Glycogen Phosphorylase b is activated by
- what is Phosphorylase b is used for?
- a local control
- b It is found only in the liver and dephosphorylates Glucose 6 phosphate to glucose (allowing glucose to be released into the blood stream)
- c Von Gierke
- d Pompe
- e AMP
5 Multiple choice questions
- liver glycogen phosphorylase, liver pyruvate kinase, liver glycogen synthetase, and muscle phosphorylase kinase
- Phosphorylate it to Glucose 6 Phosphate
- insulin rises, cAMP decreases, and protein phosphatase I is activated
- active (Glucagon World)
5 True/False questions
Glucokinase → low affinity, induced enzyme, not inhibited by Glucose 6 Phosphatase
After a 12 hour fast at rest which enzymes are phosphorylated in the liver? → Phosphorylase, pyruvate kinase, and glycogen synthetase
Mild fasting hypoglycemia → Hers
Hexokinase → low affinity, induced enzyme, not inhibited by Glucose 6 Phosphatase
In a Glucagon World, Protein kinase A → is induced in the liver to produce Glucose 6 Phosphate, which is then converted to glycogen