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Steroid 11-alpha-hydroxylase

steroid 11-alpha-hydroxylase

(Science: enzyme) Converts 11-deoxycortisol to 11-alpha cortisol (the 11-alpha isomer of hydrocortisone)

Registry number: EC 1.14.99.-

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... deficiency 8. Use wrong or harsh Hair products such as oil, gel and shampoo etc 9. Drink Sewage water 10. Stress or depression 11. Pollution 12. Steroid usage

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