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A compound produced by energy-yielding processes such as glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation that is hydrolysed to drive a wide range of metabolic processes. There is nothing peculiar about its phosphate bonds although the myth of ‘high-energy bonds’ in the ‘energy currency’ of the cell persists.

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