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lecture_6 - E o =-0.19 V NAD>NADH E o =-0.32 V...

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• Glycerate/glyceraldehyde E o = -0.55 V • NAD-->NADH E o = -0.32 V • Glycerate/glyceraldehyde- stronger reducing-- reaction produces NADH
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Pyruvate / lactate E
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Unformatted text preview: E o = -0.19 V NAD-->NADH E o = -0.32 V Pyruvate / lactate stronger oxidizing reaction produces NAD Glycerol-P/ Membrane lipids alanine trp, tyr, phe...
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