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A '''biochemical cascade''' is a series of [[chemical reaction]]s in which the products of one reaction are consumed in the next reaction. There are several important biochemical cascade reactions in [[biochemistry]], including the [[enzyme|enzymatic]] cascades, such as the coagulation cascade and the complement system, and the [[signal transduction]] cascades such as the [[olfactory signal-transduction cascade]].
 
A '''biochemical cascade''' is a series of [[chemical reaction]]s in which the products of one reaction are consumed in the next reaction. There are several important biochemical cascade reactions in [[biochemistry]], including the [[enzyme|enzymatic]] cascades, such as the coagulation cascade and the complement system, and the [[signal transduction]] cascades such as the [[olfactory signal-transduction cascade]].
   

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A biochemical cascade is a series of chemical reactions in which the products of one reaction are consumed in the next reaction. There are several important biochemical cascade reactions in biochemistry, including the enzymatic cascades, such as the coagulation cascade and the complement system, and the signal transduction cascades such as the olfactory signal-transduction cascade.


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