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Illustration of the process of glycolysis. Glucose is the fuel molecule that powers our body. Glycolysis is the first process in the cellular combustion of glucose. It involves ten reactions which convert glucose into pyruvate. The free energy produced in the process is used to create the high energy compounds ATP, FADH2 and NADH.
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