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A product in the Krebs cycle formed from succinic/butanedioic acid is an example of a succinate.
Heated in a current of ammonia it gives succinimide, which is also obtained on heating acid ammonium succinate.
In health food stores, the most common forms of vitamin E are d-alpha tocopherol and d-alpha tocopheryl acetate or succinate.
A small group of dehydrogenases including succinate dehydrogenase (an enzyme in the citric acid cycle) produce FADH 2 rather than NADH.
Display Answer Question 3 The enzyme succinate dehydrogenase is involved in the Kreb's cycle of cellular respiration.
Some areas showed accumulation of neutral lipid in fibers that stained positively for succinate dehydrogenase.