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Glycolysis and Cellular Respiration Citations

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1 Belderok, B. 2000. Developments in bread-making processes. Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 55:1-14.
2 Dietler, M. 2006. Alcohol: Anthropological/Archaeological Perspectives. Annual Review of Anthropology 35: 229-249.
3 Dudley, R. 2000. Evolutionary origins of human alcoholism in primate frugivory. The Quarterly Review of Biology 75: 3-15.
4 Dudley, R. 2002. Fermenting fruit and the historical ecology of ethanol ingestion: is alcoholism in modern humans an evolutionary hangover? Addiction, 97: 381–388.
5 Head IM, DM Jones and WFM Roling. 2006. Marine microorganisms make a meal of oil. Nature Reviews Microbiology 4:173-182.
6 Higgins SC and GJ Pilkington. 2010. The In Vitro Effects of Tricyclic Drugs and Dexamethasone on Cellular Respiration of Malignant Glioma. Anticancer Research 30:391-397.
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8 Michel RH, McGovern and V Badler. 1993. The first wine and beer.
9 Solaini, G., G. Sgarbi, and A. Baracca. 2011. Oxidative phosphorylation in cancer cells. Bioenergetics. 1807(6):534-542. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0005272810007024
10 Taubes, G. 2012. Ravenous for glucose. Science 335:31.
11 Vlassenko AG et al. 2010. Spatial correlation between brain aerobic glycolysis and amyloid-ß (Aß) deposition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107: 17763-17767.
12 Vo TD, WNP Lee, BO Palsson. 2007. Systems analysis of energy metabolism elucidates the affected respiratory chain complex in Leigh's syndrome. Molecular genetics and metabolism 91:15-22.

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