Regulation and cytoprotective role of hexokinase III

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Hexokinases (HKs) catalyze the first step in glucose metabolism. Of the three mammalian 100-kDa HK isoforms, HKI and II can bind to mitochondria and protect against cell death. HKIII does not bind mitochondria, and little is known about its regulation or cytoprotective effects. We studied the regulation of HKIII at the transcriptional and protein levels and investigated its role in cellular protection.




Wyatt, E., Wu, R., Rabeh, W., Park, H. W., Ghanefar, M., & Ardehali, H. (2010). Regulation and cytoprotective role of hexokinase III. PLoS ONE, 5(11).

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