What is unique about how acetyl-CoA carboxylase 1 is regulated compared to any enzyme in glycolysis?Some phospholipid species can be phosphorylated beyond the phosphate attached to the #3 carbon. Describe the likely structure of such a phospholipid. Would the mass / charge (m/z) ratio of this molecular increase or decrease upon modification?Mechanistically, how does NADPH facilitate the removal of an oxygen atomfrom intermediates in fatty acid synthesis?Will a phosphatidylcholine or a phosphatidylethanolamine have a larger mass / charge (m/z) ratio?

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What is unique about how acetyl-CoA carboxylase 1 is regulated compared to any enzyme in glycolysis?
Some phospholipid species can be phosphorylated beyond the phosphate attached to the #3 carbon. Describe the likely structure of such a phospholipid. Would the mass / charge (m/z) ratio of this molecular increase or decrease upon modification?
Mechanistically, how does NADPH facilitate the removal of an oxygen atom
from intermediates in fatty acid synthesis?
Will a phosphatidylcholine or a phosphatidylethanolamine have a larger mass / charge (m/z) ratio?
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