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L. KORNBERG: Energy Transformations in Living Matter (8, 12) to (8, 14): pyruvate + TPNHs + CO 2 -+ malate + TPN (catalysed by the "malic enzyme" of OCHOA, MEHLER & KORNBERG 1948), (8,12) malate + DPN -+ oxaloacetate + DPNH 2 (catalysed by malic dehydrogenase), (8, 13) oxaloacetate + ITP -+ phosphopyruvate + CO 2 + IDP [catalysed by the enzyme of UTTER and KURAHASHI 1954). (8,14) The sum of reactions (8, 12) to (8, 14) is pyruvate + TPNH 2 + DPN + ITP-+phosphopyruvate + DPNH 2 + TPN +IDP. (8,15) Since the oxidation-reduction potential of the DPNH2/DPN and TPNH 2 / TPN systems are virtually identical, and since there are no.
Some of the reactions are reversible, and the direction in photosynthesis is the reverse of that in glycolysis or of that in the pentose phosphate cycle. The first of the two reactions of carbon compounds specific for photosynthetic arid autotrophic organisms is the phosphorylation of ribulose 5-phosphate to form ribulose 1: 5-diphosphate [WEISSBACH, SMYRNIOTIS and HORECKER 16* 244 H. A. KREBS and H. L. KORNBERG: Energy Transformations in Living Matter 1954(a), (b), WEISSBACH HURWITZ 1956]. 1955, HURWITZ et aI.
As seen from Fig. 14, the reactions proceeding from erythrose 4-phosphate and phosphopyruvate include a hydrogenation by TPNH 2 (for the reduction of dehydroshikimic acid), a decarbox:ylation, and several condensations and rearrangements, with and without the elimination of water or phosphate. The balance equation, starting from erythrose 4-phosphate, phosphopyruvic acid and glutamate is a follows: + 2 phosphopyruvate + glutamate + TPNH z -* phenylalanine + ex-ketoglutarate + COz + 5 HzO + TPN + 3 P.