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After a biochemical analysis of the victim's tissues, brilliant biologist/criminal investigator
J. C. Mickleberry announced his findings:
"Contrary to the conclusions of the police, the victim did not suffocate. The electron carriers in his mitochondria were all in the oxidized
state. We wiII need to perform a second autopsy to determine the actual cause of death."
Explain how the data led Mickleberry to his conclusion.

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