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Transition step:

An oxidation generates NADH, CO2 is removed, and coenzyme A is added.

Step 1: The acetyl group is transferred to initiate a round of the cycle.

Step 8: Oxidation generates NADH.

Step 7: A molecule of water is added.

Step 6: An oxidation generates FADH2.

Step 1: The acetyl group is transferred to initiate a round of the cycle.

NAD^

Step 7: A molecule of water is added.

Step 6: An oxidation generates FADH2.

Step 2: A chemical rearrangement occurs.

NAD+

Step 5: The energy released when CoA is removed is harvested to produce ATP.

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Bacterial Vaginosis Facts

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