The electron transport chain (ETC) is the set of processes that serves as the main source of ATP during aerobic cellular respiration. This happens in the mitochondria, through a series of electron transfer reactions. The electrons supplied here initially come from two coenzymes that are in their reduced form.
Which molecule shuttles electrons from the glycolysis sequence to the electron transport chain?
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