|Related Categories||Biochemicals and Reagents, Coenzyme A and Other Acyl Transfer Reagents, Cofactors, Core Bioreagents, Enzymes, Inhibitors, and Substrates,|
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Coenzyme A (CoA, CoASH, HSCoA) is a coenzyme that facilitates enzymatic acyl-group transfer reactions and supports the synthesis and oxidation of fatty acids. CoA is involved in the mechanisms of a wide variety of enzymes.
Acetyl-CoA enters a cycle whose discovery by Hans Krebs 70 years ago marked a milestone in biochemistry. The citric acid cycle is also termed the tricarboxylic acid cycle, TCA cycle or Krebs cycle (s...
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Keywords: Addition reactions, Biochemistry, Catalysis, Citric Acid Cycle, Decarboxylations, Dehydration reaction, Hydration reaction, Metabolites, Oxidations, Phosphorylations
Depending on the environmental conditions, e.g. whether oxygen is present or not, pyruvate, a product of glucose metabolism, can undergo different biotransformations as shown in Figure 2. Under reduc...
BioFiles 2007, 2.6, 10.
Keywords: Anaerobic, Catalysis, Environmental, Metabolism
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