Removal of a pair of hydrogen atoms from a compound by the action of enzymes (dehydrogenases) or other catalysts.

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de·hy·dro·gen·a·tion (de-hi″dro-jə-naґshən) oxidation due to removal of hydrogen by the reaction of a hydrogen acceptor.

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