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Phosphoenolpyruvic acid monopotassium salt is used in glycolysis and gluconeogeneis. It is used for regeneration of ATP from ADP in enzyme-catalyzed syntheses. It is metabolized by an enzyme namely pyruvate kinase to yield pyruvate. It acts as protection against cell injury induced by oxidative stress and against dysfunction in carbohydrate metabolism.
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