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end prod·uct

the final product in a metabolic pathway.

end product

[endprod′əkt]
the chemical compound resulting from completion of a sequence of metabolic reactions.

end prod·uct

(end prŏd'ŭct)
Final point in a metabolic pathway.

end product

The final material or substance left at the completion of a series of reactions, either chemical or physical.
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