Hi HipIf you wanted to achieve the same concentration in the body, the oral succinate dose needed to attain this concentration of 0.7 mg/ml (in the 40,000 ml of body fluids) we can calculate as 57 grams! That's assuming 100% bioavailability and zero plasma protein binding.
I'd recommend trying this link:
It's a rather neat interactive pathway explorer.
I remember someone on the PR discord got strangely attached to a simplified diagram of the TCA cycle. I thought that conversation was long-since settled, but perhaps the conversation was abandoned and information missed.
Here's one known transporter:
One of my little projects has been trying to equate succinate to glucose on a calorific basis. I need some lab time to properly test this, however my best guess (which will get revised at some point, so please don't take this as anything more than an indication) is that 50mg of succinate is similar to 50g of glucose.