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That was particularly abundant on the earlier them so it was available as organisms were beginning to well question it just depends on who's asking about you are all the organic growth factors loosely bound it depends it's different for different enzymes Iím donít get too hung up on the semantics rate I just really want you to understand the principles this where we have a small molecule that can bind tightly or loosely to an enzyme in its job there is to its to help with the chemical XT Genix reaction usually thatís what it does okay so arm so these are common organic factors were you're going to see these next week when doctor more numbers lecturing about energetically we're going to seethes co factors playing very important roles in metabolism okay so keep that in mind and wannabes compactors nicotine at the end I polynucleotide the NAH is a molecule that can be reversibly oxidized during electron transport and donít worry too much about this right now you're going to seethes in a lot of gory detail next week okay but want you to just be aware that these Co factors here thesis our example what a cool factor can do this cool factor can be reversibly reduced and oxidized and that is very useful during electron transport and is used by a number enzymes to in the energy in a generation PVT you'll see that next week and also interestingly.
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