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Choose the correct coenzyme - transferring group pair?
lipoamide - aldehyde
NADH - acyl
coenzyme A - acyl
tetrahydrofolate - electrons
thiamine pyrophosphate - glucose
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Choose the correct coenzyme - transferring group pair? lipoamide - aldehyde NADH - acyl coenzyme A - acyl tetrahydrofolate - electrons thiamine pyrophosphate - glucose

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