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-NADH Disodium Salt
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One of the biologically active forms of nicotinic acid. Serves as a coenzyme of hydrogenases and dehydrogenases. NAD usually acts as a hydrogen acceptor, forming NADH which then serves as a hydrogen donor in the respiratory chain. Present in living cells primarily in the reduced form (NADPH) and is involved in synthetic reactions. Occurs in 2 forms, -NAD and -NAD, distinguished by the configuration of the ribosyl nicotinamide linkage. Only the -anomer is bioactive.

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