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Paraoxonase (PON1) Enzyme and Polymorphisms

Hatice Bige Koç, Yasemin Kaçar.

Abstract
Paraoxonase enzyme has initially been identified as a protective barrier against organophosphorus poisoning. In the recent years, a wide range of investigations were conducted on this enzyme and the knowledge about its functions and the etiopathogenetic role in some diseases has been clarified in depth.

Key words: Paraoxonase enzyme, Polymorphisms



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