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Old 01-29-2010
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Question Variability in biotransformation by liver hydroxylase

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Which most likely accounts for the variability in biotransformation of compounds by a liver's hydroxylase?

A) Allelic exclusion
B) Fragile sites
C) Hypervariable DNA
D) Multiple Polymorphisms
E) Multiple pseudogenes
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Idiosynchrasity and variability in liver enzymes certainly comes from genetic polymorphisms (choice D)
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I also think the answer is D
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