Write the chemical equations for the three reactions in the citric acid cycle in which NADH is
produced, including the enzymes involved. None of these reactions involves molecular oxygen
(O2), but all three reactions are strongly inhibited by anaerobic conditions; explain why.
I think the three reactions are:
isocitrate + NAD+ --> NADH + alpha-keto
alpha-keto + CoA-SH + NAD+ --> NADH + succinylCoA
Malate + NAD+ ---> NADH + OAA
Let me know if you think these are right, also can you help me with the last part of the question?
Citric acid cycle equations
Reaction1.synthesis of citric acid
Acetyl CoA and oxaloacetic acid condense to form citric acid.
Reaction 2; dehydration of an alcohol. two steps could be integrated or...
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