The conversion of G6P to R5P via the reactions of glycolysis and the pentose phosphate pathway, without the production of NADPH, can be summarized as What reaction requires ATP? How do you account for the stoichiometry? 5 G6P +ATP6 R5P +ADP +H

The conversion of G6P to R5P via the reactions of glycolysis and the pentose phosphate pathway, without the production of NADPH, can be summarized as
The conversion of G6P to R5P via the reactions of

What reaction requires ATP? How do you account for the stoichiometry?

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