Problem: The cofactor NAD+ is?A. able to accept 2 electrons and 2 protons.B. oxidized to NADH/H+ dehydrogenises reactions. C. reductant. D. covalently linked to enzymes in whose catalytic activity it assists. E. an oxidant.

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NAD+: receives electrons (reduced) to become NADH

: oxidizing agent/oxidant in metabolic processes

: loosely bound to enzyme since it needs to travel to the mitochondria

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The cofactor NAD+ is?

A. able to accept 2 electrons and 2 protons.

B. oxidized to NADH/H+ dehydrogenises reactions. 

C. reductant. 

D. covalently linked to enzymes in whose catalytic activity it assists. 

E. an oxidant.

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