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ubiquinone

/ (juːˈbɪkwɪˌnəʊn) /
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noun

another name for coenzyme Q

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Medical definitions for ubiquinone

ubiquinone
[ yōō′bĭ-kwĭ-nōn, yōō-bĭkwə-nōn′ ]

n.

A quinone compound that serves as an electron carrier between various flavoproteins and in cellular respiration.
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Scientific definitions for ubiquinone

ubiquinone
[ yōō′bĭ-kwĭ-nōn ]

Any of various fat-soluble quinone compounds found in most aerobic organisms and serving as electron carriers in cellular respiration. Also called coenzyme Q
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