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energy-linked transhydrogenaseNADH dehydrogenaseubiquinol:cytochrome c reductasecytochrome c oxidaseATP synthetaseATP synthetaseATP synthetaseadenine nucleotide porterphosphate porterNADPHNADHubiquinolcytochrome coxygendiffusionhigh energy poolhigh energy poolhigh energy poollipidslipidslipidslipidslipidslipidslipidsproton splittingproton splittingphotophoto These pages describe how mitochondria use the energy from substrate oxidation to drive the synthesis of ATP from ADP and inorganic phosphate. The system also powers many cellular transport processes.

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