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Xenobiotic enzyme profiles and Parkinson's disease.

Xenobiotic enzymic systems have been studied in Parkinson's disease. Platelet monoamine oxidase-B activity is increased by the use of phenylethylamine but decreased by the use of dopamine as substrate. Enzymes involved with sulfur oxidation and methylation are underactive.[1]


  1. Xenobiotic enzyme profiles and Parkinson's disease. Williams, A., Steventon, G., Sturman, S., Waring, R. Neurology (1991) [Pubmed]
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