Sugar and energy metabolism is the object of three modules (Modules 3, 4 and 5). Module 3 deals with glycolysis, the most important metabolic pathway in energy metabolism derived from glucose, with focus on regulation mechanisms and different glucose transporters, gluconeogenesis, including the formation of glucose from aminoacids and fatty acids and its hormonal regulation, and glycogen synthesis and catabolism, discussing the role of glycogen reserves as energy depot and in the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels.
Authors: François Eyskens, Laurence Roosens
Accreditation: 2 European CME Credits (ECMEC®s) will be assigned after attending all the lessons and achieving the passmark of 70 % in all the self-assessment sessions.
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