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Alcohol dehydrogenase

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Alcohol dehydrogenase is an enzyme used in ethanol metabolism. It is a high capacity system found mainly in the liver.

It catalyzes the conversion of ethanol and NAD to ethanal and NADH.

Zinc is required for alcohol dehydrogenase activity.

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