Coenzyme-a meaning

A coenzyme present in all living cells that functions as an acyl group carrier and is necessary for fatty acid synthesis and oxidation, pyruvate oxidation, and other acetylation reactions.
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A coenzyme present in all living cells that transfers acetyl or acyl groups in metabolic reactions and that regulates gene expression through acetylation of histones.
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A coenzyme that consists of a nucleotide linked to pantothenic acid (part of the vitamin B complex), is present in all living cells, and functions as an acyl group carrier. Coenzyme A is necessary for fatty acid synthesis and oxidation, pyruvate oxidation, and other acetylation reactions. In cellular respiration , each of two acetyl groups derived from the original glucose molecule attaches itself to coenzyme A as acetyl coenzyme A and then enters the Krebs cycle.
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(biochemistry) A coenzyme, formed from pantothenic acid and adenosine triphosphate, that is necessary for fatty acid synthesis and metabolism.
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