What Happens to Excess Acetyl CoA?

Acetyl CoA is involved in various biochemical processes such as carbohydrate, lipid and protein metabolism. Acetyl CoA is produced in mitochondria by beta-oxidation and by pyruvate. It enters the Krebs’ cycle to generate energy in the form of ATP. If there is an excess of acetyl CoA then it gets converted into ketone bodies, the process is called ketogenesis.

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