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- Ashcroft, Margaret, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Cellular and molecular life sciences 2019 v.76 no.9 pp. 1759-1777
- adenosine triphosphate; biogenesis; energy; eukaryotic cells; fuels; glucose; glutamine; hypoxia; lipids; metabolism; mitochondria; oxygen; signal transduction; transcription factors
- ... Oxygen is required for the survival of the majority of eukaryotic organisms, as it is important for many cellular processes. Eukaryotic cells utilize oxygen for the production of biochemical energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) generated from the catabolism of carbon-rich fuels such as glucose, lipids and glutamine. The intracellular sites of oxygen consumption-coupled ATP production ...