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1. alpha-glycerol phosphate shuttle-purpose
-Secondary mechanism of transporting electrons into the mitochondria
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2. Dihydoxyacetone Phosphate (DHAP) --> alpha-glycerol phosphate
Alpha-glycerol phosphate dehydrogenase
Produce NAD+
3. What does the alpha-glycerol phosphate do?
-Transfers the reducing power to FAD located in the intermembrane space of the mitochondria.
-Once transfer occurs, alpha-glycerol phosphate returns to DHAP.
4. The now reduced FADH2 transfers the reducing power to what?
Cytochrome b located in the Mitochondrial matrix.
1. alpha-glycerol phosphate shuttle-purpose
-Secondary mechanism of transporting electrons into the mitochondria
-
2. Dihydoxyaceton Phosphate (DHAP) --> alpha-glycerol phosphate
Alpha-glycerol phosphate dehydrogenase
Produce NAD+
3. What does the alpha-glycerol phosphate do?
-Transfers the reducing power to FAD located in the intermembrane space of the mitochondria.
-Once transfer occurs, alpha-glycerol phosphate returns to DHAP.
4. The now reduced FADH2 transfers the reducing power to what?
Cytochrome b located in the Mitochondrial matrix.