Here you will find a clear collection of terms, definitions, and explanations relevant to the context of our website/theme. Our goal is to provide you with quick and easy access to information and to clarify any uncertainties. Use this glossary to deepen your understanding and familiarize yourself with the specific terminology.



Alpha-Ketoglutarate (often referred to as α-ketoglutarate or AKG) is an important chemical compound in cellular metabolism. It is a keto acid that occurs in the citric acid cycle (also known as the Krebs cycle or TCA cycle), a central metabolic pathway in many living organisms.

Acetyl CoA

Acetyl-coenzyme A is a central compound in cellular metabolism. It is a thioester composed of acetate (the ionized form of acetic acid) and coenzyme A, a molecule that serves as a carrier of acyl groups in many biochemical reactions.


Citric Acid Cycle

The citric acid cycle, also known as the Krebs cycle, is a central metabolic pathway in cells where acetyl-CoA is oxidized and energy in the form of ATP is generated. It also produces electron carriers for the respiratory chain.

More information about the science behind our products.

Knowledge Archive

Wissen über SANOPAL

The Knoweldge Archive about offers well-founded insights into the science behind the product. Here, complex biological processes such as the citric acid cycle and the function of alpha-ketoglutarate are explained in detail. In addition, current topics such as COVID-19 and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are explored. The Science Hub aims to present knowledge in an understandable and accessible way, to enable a deeper understanding of the benefits of . It serves as a comprehensive resource for those who want to learn more about the underlying mechanisms.