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  • noun biochemistry Any of several enzymes that catalyze the oxidation of compounds by the introduction of hydroxyl groups

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Examples

  • Kinney's team found that serotonin levels were 26 percent lower in tissue from babies who died of SIDS than those who died from other causes, and they also found low levels of the enzyme tryptophan hydroxylase, which is needed to make serotonin.

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  • The study also found that infants with insufficient serotonin also had low levels of the enzyme tryptophan hydroxylase, which is needed to make serotonin.

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  • The study also found that infants with insufficient serotonin also had low levels of the enzyme tryptophan hydroxylase, which is needed to make serotonin.

    KING - Home

  • Kinney's team found that serotonin levels were 26 percent lower in tissue from babies who died of SIDS than those who died from other causes, and they also found low levels of the enzyme tryptophan hydroxylase, which is needed to make serotonin.

    Reuters: Top News

  • The parasite infects the brain by forming a cyst within its cells and produces an enzyme called tyrosine hydroxylase, which is needed to make dopamine.

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  • Qian JJ, Duncan BW, Adzick NS, Bhatnagar RS: Regulation of prolyl hydroxylase by ascorbic acid is mediated by polyADP-ribose synthesis.

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  • "How to optimize Vitamin D supplementation to prevent cancer, based on cellular adaptation and hydroxylase enzymology."

    Leo Galland, M.D.: Vitamin D: Beware the Hype

  • "How to optimize Vitamin D supplementation to prevent cancer, based on cellular adaptation and hydroxylase enzymology."

    Leo Galland, M.D.: Beware The Hype Around Vitamin D

  • "How to optimize Vitamin D supplementation to prevent cancer, based on cellular adaptation and hydroxylase enzymology."

    Leo Galland, M.D.: Vitamin D: Beware the Hype

  • "How to optimize Vitamin D supplementation to prevent cancer, based on cellular adaptation and hydroxylase enzymology."

    Leo Galland, M.D.: Vitamin D: Beware the Hype

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