Principles Of Pharmacology Med Assist

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ISBN: 9781337512442

Author: RICE

Publisher: Cengage

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Based on the image below, select the correct statements. Note: There may be more than 1 correct response. Ribose 5-phosphate ribose phosphate pyrophosphokinase (PRPP synthetase) glutamine-PRPP amidotransferase adenylosuccinate synthetase AMP -> PRPP 5-Phosphoribosylamine I adenylosuccinate lyase 9 steps Adenylosuccinate AMP IMP <-- ADP <- AMP <-- GMP <-- IMP IMP dehydrogenase <- GMP. XMP ADP ATP XMP-glutamine amidotransferase GMP يا Increased levels of ADP inhibit the production of PRPP. Increased levels of GMP inhibit the production of XMP. Increased ADP activates PRPP synthase to increase PRPP levels. Increased IMP activates glutamine-PRPP amidotransferase to further increase IMP levels.

Transcribed Image Text:Based on the image below, select the correct statements. Note: There may be more than 1 correct response. Ribose 5-phosphate ribose phosphate pyrophosphokinase (PRPP synthetase) glutamine-PRPP amidotransferase adenylosuccinate synthetase AMP -> PRPP 5-Phosphoribosylamine I adenylosuccinate lyase 9 steps Adenylosuccinate AMP IMP <– ADP <- AMP <– GMP <– IMP IMP dehydrogenase <- GMP. XMP ADP ATP XMP-glutamine amidotransferase GMP يا Increased levels of ADP inhibit the production of PRPP. Increased levels of GMP inhibit the production of XMP. Increased ADP activates PRPP synthase to increase PRPP levels. Increased IMP activates glutamine-PRPP amidotransferase to further increase IMP levels.

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