Acetyl coenzyme A sodium salt
Acetyl coenzyme A sodium salt Chemical Properties
- storage temp.
- H2O: 100 mg/mL
Acetyl coenzyme A sodium salt Usage And Synthesis
Acetyl coenzyme A, the precursor of the acetate-malonare pathway, is a metabolite of extreme importance in both primary and secondary metabolism. In every living organism, there exists a metabolie pool of acetyl CoA which is continually replenished and depleted. Glycolysis and the catabolism of fatty acids and amino acids produce acetyl CoA, while this compound is the precursor of a host of primary and secondary metabolites, including fatty acids, terpenoids, steroids, polyketides, aromatic compounds and acetyl esters and amides. The conversion of acetyl CoA to citrate and other tricarboxylic acids leads to the formation of the amino acids and their products, such as the nucleic acids and alkaloids.
Acetyl CoA is also central to the catabolism of glucose and the fatty acids, which, through the tricarboxylic acid cycle, are the main reaction sequences producing the energy necessary for metabolie processes.
In plants, an enzyme, acetyl CoA synthetase, catalyses the formation of the thiol ester from acetate.
- PHENYLACETYL COENZYME A LITHIUM SALT
- GLUTARYL COENZYME A LITHIUM SALT
- MALONYL COENZYME A LITHIUM SALT
- ACETOACETYL COENZYME A SODIUM SALT HYDRATE
- BENZOYL COENZYME A LITHIUM SALT
- AURORA KA-6720
- SUCCINYL COENZYME A SODIUM SALT
- N-DECANOYL COENZYME A (C10:0)
- LINOLEOYL COENZYME A
- ACETOACETYL COENZYME A SODIUM SALT
- DECANOYL COENZYME A
- MYRISTOYL COENZYME A
- lignoceroyl-coenzyme A
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