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Is tyrosine and tyrosinase one and the same?

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Dr. Jeffrey Miller answered

Specializes in Rheumatology

No: Tyrosine is an amino acid, part of the makeup of proteins, tyrosinase is the enzyme that breaks down tyrosine into its components.

Answered 4/10/2014

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