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The purpose of this review is to illustrate the regulatory properties of G6PD from several sources, with particular reference to those cells in which these properties may operate in vivo in the control of carbohydrate metabolism. In addition we will discuss some molecular characteristics of G6PD which may provide a structural basis for the understanding of the properties of the enzyme which are related to important cell functions. For historical background and a full description of the general proper* Among such precursors it has been previously demonstrated that two molecules of fructose 6-P are converted to sedoheptulose 7-P and to xylulose 5-P, respec­ tively, by means of a coupled reaction catalyzed by transketolase and transaldolase [see A.

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