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The cells that actually synthesize and secrete these hormones—in the testes and
ovaries, for example—are rich in smooth ER, a structural feature that fits the
function of these cells. In the smooth ER, other enzymes help det__o_g_,<,i,fy;.
... response to one drug can increase tolerance to other drugs as well. Barbiturate
abuse, for example, may decrease the effectiveness of certain antibiotics and
other useful drugs. The smooth ER also~ ~j=en*sm"'In muscle cells, for example,
A human liver cell, for example, recycles half of its macromolecules each week.
The cells of people with inherited lysosomal storage diseases lack a functioning
hydrolytic enzyme normally present in lysosomes. The lysosomes become ...
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