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'''Oxidative phosphorylation''' (OXPHOS) is the oxidation of reduced substrates with electron transfer to oxygen, partially coupled to the phosphorylation of [[ADP]] to [[ATP]].  The OXPHOS state (''P'') of respiration provides a measure of [[OXPHOS capacity]].
'''Oxidative phosphorylation''' (OXPHOS) is the oxidation of reduced substrates with electron transfer to oxygen, partially coupled to the phosphorylation of [[ADP]] to [[ATP]].  The OXPHOS state (''P'') of respiration provides a measure of [[OXPHOS capacity]].
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Oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) is the oxidation of reduced substrates with electron transfer to oxygen, partially coupled to the phosphorylation of ADP to ATP. The OXPHOS state (P) of respiration provides a measure of OXPHOS capacity.


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