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    What is the rate limiting step for glycolysis?

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    What is the rate limiting step for glycolysis?

    A. PFK-1
    B. Glycogen phosphorylase
    C. HGM-CoA synthase
    D. Puruvate carboxylase

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    RATE LIMITING STEP

    PFK -1

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    RATE LIMITING STEP

    Quote Originally Posted by Muhammad **** Bhutta
    PFK -1
    You got it right! PFK-1 is the rate limiting step for glycolysis. http://www.biochem.usyd.edu.au/~gare...dgdes/ans3.htm

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