Both NAD and NADP are structurally similar to ATP

Both NAD and NADP are structurally similar to ATP - In FAD,...

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Both NAD and NADP are structurally similar to ATP.  Both molecules have a nitrogen-containing ring called nicotinic acid,  which is the chemically active part of the coenzymes. 
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Unformatted text preview: In FAD, the chemically active portion is the flavin group. The vitamin riboflavin is used in the body to produce this flavin group....
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