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Please help me answers the following biochemistry questions?

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Default Please help me answers the following biochemistry questions?



How many acetyl CoA’s will come from a 19 carbon acyl-CoA?

How many rounds of beta-oxidation will a 19 carbon acyl-CoA go through?
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