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How does Mitochondria Function?

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Lynn Baird

A dominant role for the mitochondria is the production of ATP, as reflected by the large number of proteins in the inner membrane for this task. This is done by oxidizing the major products of glucose, pyruvate, and NADH, are produced in the cytosol.

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