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glycolysis and gene expression

anciendaze

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Phys.org describes a new paper in PNAS on how glycolysis changes gene expression via histone modification. This affects quite a range of different genes, but is apparently not lethal, even for cells.

I can't help but wonder if post-exertional malaise depends on clearing molecules like methylgloxal.

This is the beginning of a whole new line of research, not necessarily an answer to our specific problems. It is, however, suggestive.