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ATPADP NAD + NADH + H + Glucose Glucose – 6 – Phosphat Gluconolacton – 6 – Phosphat 2
NAD + NADH + H + + H 2 O Gluconat – 6 – Phosphat Gluconolacton – 6 – Phosphat 3
- CO 2 Ribulose – 5 - Phosphat Xylulose – 5 – Phosphat Ribose – 5 – Phosphat 4
Ketolase TPP Heptulose – 7 – Phosphat Glycerinaldehyd – 3 – Phosphat Xylulose – 5 – Phosphat Ribose – 5 – Phosphat 5
Transaldolase Fructose – 6 – Phosphat Glucose – 6 – Phosphat Heptulose – 7 – Phosphat 6
ATPADP NAD + NADH + H + ATPADP Glycerinaldehyd – 3 – Phosphat 1.3 – Diphosphoglycerat 3 – Phosphoglycerat 7
- H 2 O 3 – Phosphoglycerat 2 – Phosphoglycerat Phosphenolpyruvat 8
ATPADP NAD + NADH + H + Phosphenolpyruvat Pyruvat Lactat 9
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