lip·o·thi·am·ide py·ro·phos·phate(lip'ō-thī'ă-mīd pī'rō-fos'fāt),
Name formerly given to the coenzymes of the multienzyme complex catalyzing the formation of acetyl-CoA from pyruvate and involving lipoamide and thiamin pyrophosphate, on the assumption that they were a single compound. See: lipoic acid.
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lipothiamide pyrophosphateAn obsolete term for the co-enzyme required to form acetyl-CoA, which was based on the assumption that lipoaoccidiad thiamin pyrophosphate were the same molecule.
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