Major coenzyme derivatives of riboflavin, Science


Riboflavin  has  two  major coenzyme  derivatives,  namely in  mononucleotide (FM)  which  is the active component of riboflavin and is formed by the addition of a phosphate group  and flavin  adenine dinucleotide  (FAD) which  is  formed  by  the combination of FMN with one molecule of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). You will


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