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An elevation of homocysteine and a decrease in cysteine would most likely be present due to which of the following deficiencies? A) Loss of function of cystathionine-B synthase B) Cobalamin deficiency

An elevation of homocysteine and a decrease in cysteine would most likely be present due to which of the following deficiencies?
A) Loss of function of cystathionine-B synthase
B) Cobalamin deficiency
C) Tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) deficiency
D) Loss of function of methionine synthase

An elevation of homocysteine and a decrease in cysteine would most likely be present due to which of the following deficiencies? A) Loss of function of cystathionine-B synthase B) Cobalamin deficiency C) Tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) deficiency D) Loss of function of methionine synthase

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