Hello Next Step,
The answer explanation states that succinyl-CoA Synthetase results in the increased production of succinate. I looked up the chemical equation and I see that this is true. My question is, when it comes to the name "succinyl-CoA Synthetase", what part of that suggests it makes succinate?
Here are my thoughts so far: "Synthetase" obviously means you are synthesizing something. Based on that, I know a new substance is being made. I guess it might be the -CoA part that is confusing me. How does that come into play here? Or, does the -CoA even matter?
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