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Crabtree effect
Description 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 oxygen) is the converse of the Crabtree effect (aerobic glycolysis to lactate or ethanol).
aerobic glycolysis to lactate or ethanol).  +
Info [[Crabtree 1929 Biochem J]]  +
MitoPedia concept MiP concept  +
MitoPedia method Respirometry  +
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