The '''Crabtree effect''' describes the ob …
The '''Crabtree effect''' describes the observation that respiration is frequently inhibited when high concentrations of glucose or fructose are added to the culture medium - a phenomenon observed in numerous cell types, particularly in proliferating cells, not only in tumor cells, in bacteria, and yeast. The [[Pasteur effect]] (suppression of glycolysis by oygen) is the converse of the Crabtree effect (aerobic glycolysis to lactate or ethanol).aerobic glycolysis to lactate or ethanol). +
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|MitoPedia method||Respirometry +|
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