coenzymes


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coenzymes

Small organic molecules, acting as cofactors that must bind to an enzyme before it can function properly. Tightly-bound coenzymes are called prosthetic groups; loosely-bound coenzymes are more like cosubstrates. Most of the B vitamins are coenzymes.
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