Where is glycolysis carried out? What substances are necessary for glycolysis? What end products are formed?

Glycolysis is a multi-stage process of oxygen-free breakdown of glucose (С6Н12О6) to pyruvic acid (С3Н4О3). Glycolysis reactions are catalyzed by special enzymes and occur in the cytoplasm of cells. Glycolysis requires glucose. The end products are pyruvic acid, NAD reduced and 2 ATP molecules.

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