Glycogen synthesis and degradation (Homo sapiens)

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Description

Glycogen is a very large, branched polymer of glucose residues. Within skeletal musle and liver glucose is stored as glycogen. In the liver, glycogen synthesis and degradation are regulated to maintain blood-glucose levels as required to meet the needs of the organism as a whole. In contrast, in muscle, these processes are regulated to meet the energy needs of the muscle itself.

Glycogen synthesis Glycogen synthesis is, unlike its breakdown, endergonic. This means that glycogen synthesis requires the input of energy. Energy for glycogen synthesis comes from UTP, which reacts with glucose-1-phosphate, forming UDP-glucose, in reaction catalysed by UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase. Glycogen is synthesized from monomers of UDP-glucose by the enzyme glycogen synthase, which progressively lengthens the glycogen chain with (α1→4) bonded glucose. As glycogen synthase can only lengthen an existing chain, the protein glycogenin is needed to initiate the synthesis of glycogen. The glycogen-branching enzyme, amylo (α1→4) to (α1→6) transglycosylase, catalyzes the transfer of a terminal fragment of 6-7 glucose residues from a nonreducing end to the C-6 hydroxyl group of a glucose residue deeper into the interior of the glycogen molecule. The branching enzyme can act upon only a branch having at least 11 residues, and the enzyme may transfer to the same glucose chain or adjacent glucose chains.

Glycogen degradation

Glycogen degradation consists of three steps: (1) the release of glucose 1-phosphate from glycogen, (2) the remodeling of the glycogen substrate to permit further degradation, and (3) the conversion of glucose 1-phosphate into glucose 6-phosphate for further metabolism.Glycogen is cleaved from the nonreducing ends of the chain by the enzyme glycogen phosphorylase to produce monomers of glucose-1-phosphate that is then converted to glucose 6-phosphate by phosphoglucosemutase. A special debranching enzyme is needed to remove the alpha(1-6) branches in branched glycogen and reshape the chain into linear polymer. The G6P monomers produced have three possible fates:

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Bibliography

  1. Moses SW, Bashan N, Gutman A; ''Glycogen metabolism in the normal red blood cell.''; Blood, 1972 PubMed Europe PMC Scholia
  2. Salway, Jack G; ''Metabolism at a Glance''; John Wiley & Sons, 2016

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97542view14:38, 24 May 2018Jessev1993Added annotated nodes for different forms of hexokinase and PYG
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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
AGLGeneProduct178 (Entrez Gene)
CALM1GeneProduct801 (Entrez Gene)
CALM2GeneProduct805 (Entrez Gene)
CALM3GeneProduct808 (Entrez Gene)
GBE1GeneProduct2632 (Entrez Gene)
GSK3AGeneProduct2931 (Entrez Gene)
GSK3BGeneProduct2932 (Entrez Gene)
GYG2GeneProduct8908 (Entrez Gene)
GYGGeneProduct2992 (Entrez Gene)
GYS1GeneProduct2997 (Entrez Gene)
GYS2GeneProduct2998 (Entrez Gene)
Glucose 1-phosphateMetaboliteHMDB01586 (HMDB)
Glucose-1-phosphateMetabolite59-56-3 (CAS)
Glucose-6-phosphateMetabolite59-56-3 (CAS)
GlucoseMetabolite50-99-7 (CAS)
Glycogen (n+1)Metabolite9005-79-2 (CAS)
GlycogenMetabolite9005-79-2 (CAS)
PGM1GeneProduct5236 (Entrez Gene)
PHKA1GeneProduct5255 (Entrez Gene)
PHKA2GeneProduct5256 (Entrez Gene)
PHKBGeneProduct5257 (Entrez Gene)
PHKG1GeneProduct5260 (Entrez Gene)
PHKG2GeneProduct5261 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2CAGeneProduct5515 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2CBGeneProduct5516 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R1AGeneProduct5518 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R1BGeneProduct5519 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R2AGeneProduct5520 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R2BGeneProduct5521 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R2CGeneProduct5522 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R3AGeneProduct5523 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R3BGeneProduct28227 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R4GeneProduct5524 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R5AGeneProduct5525 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R5BGeneProduct5526 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R5CGeneProduct5527 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R5DGeneProduct5528 (Entrez Gene)
PPP2R5EGeneProduct5529 (Entrez Gene)
PYGBGeneProduct5834 (Entrez Gene)
PYGLGeneProduct5836 (Entrez Gene)
PYGMGeneProduct5837 (Entrez Gene)
UDP-glucoseMetaboliteHMDB00286 (HMDB)
UGP2GeneProduct7360 (Entrez Gene)
cAMPMetaboliteHMDB00058 (HMDB)

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