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What is the function of NADH?
NADH is biologically ranked and identified as coenzyme 1, the coenzyme or cofactor needed for numerous enzymes that are involved in the cellular energy production. A deficiency of NADH will result in an energy deficit at the cellular level, which causes symptoms of fatigue. When the body is deficient in NADH,…
What is the role of NADH and FADH2 in ATP production?
ATP production is an important part of cellular respiration (the process of generating energy from food) and both NADH and FADH2 that are involved in this process help in making more ATP. It is observed that during cellular respiration, every NADH molecule produces 3 ATP molecules, whereas each FADH2 molecule generates 2 ATP molecules.
How many NADH are produced in cellular respiration?
Cellular respiration has three steps, each designed to generate NADH, which carries electrons to the electron transport chain. In glycolysis, two NADH and two ATP are produced, as are two pyruvate.
How does NADH transport electrons to the mitochondria?
Then NADH, along with another molecule flavin adenine dinucleotide (FADH2) will ultimately transport the electrons to the mitochondria, where the cell can harvest energy stored in the electrons. Think of the NADH as a cargo truck, transporting electrons like trucks transport goods to a factory.