Explain hydrogen transferring coenzymes, Biology

Hydrogen Transferring Coenzymes

This group consists  of  three  important coenzymes  all of  which  assist different enzymes  in oxidation-reduction reactions. These are:

a)  Nicotinamide nucleotides

b) Flavin nucleotides

c)  Lipoic acid 

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