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Formation of NADH: NAD + is reduced to NADH by dehydroge- nases that remove two hydrogen atoms from their substrate. (For examples of these reactions, see the discussion of the dehydro- genases found in the TCA cycle, p. 112.) Both electrons but only one proton (that is, a hydride ion, :H – ) are transferred to the NAD + , forming NADH plus a free proton, H +
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