|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
Hey i have another question. You see in the Krebs cycle there is one part of it where GTP is produced. This part of the Krebs cycle is the part where alpha ketoglurate is converted to succinate. Now my question is, why is GTP formed and then converted to ATP? Why not straight away it form ATP? It is only at this part of the cycle where ATP is not formed first but instead GTP is formed and converted to ATP.
Re: Why is GTP formed first?- Krebs Cycle
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