Biochemistry - Oxidative Phosphorylation - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Oxidative Phosphorylation - Section 1 (Q.No. 1)
1.
FAD is reduced to FADH2 during
electron transport phosphorylation
lactate fermentation
Krebs cycle
glycolysis
Answer: Option
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George said:   3 years ago
FAD is reduced to FADH2 when H is removed from the two carbon atoms o succinate in the presence of succunate dehydrogenase to form fumarate in citric acid cycle.

Sabeen masood said:   5 years ago
What about ETC the complex 2 conversions of succinate to fumarate.

Zeena said:   10 years ago
What about glycerol 3 phosphate which reduce FAD to FADH 2 to give it is electron to coenzyme Q ?

During electron transport chain ?

Dr. Masood Sepehrimanesh said:   1 decade ago
This event (FAD reduction to FADH2) was done by succinate dehydrogenase that convert succinate to fumarate.

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