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Figure 3: Gel picture of cytochrome P450 2E1. Well 1 - Ladder (100 base-pair [bp]). Well 3 - Homozygous mutant (c2/c2) (410 bp). Well 4 - Heterozygous mutant (c1/c2) (410 and 360 bp). Well 5 - Homozygous wild (c1/c1) (360 bp). (1) The well number 1 represents the 100 bp ladder as a marker. (2) In well numbers 5 and 6 the 360 bp fragment found after RsaI digestion represents the wild allele (c1) i.e., wild-type genotype (c1/c1) and that of well number 3 the 410 bp is the rare allele (c2), i.e., homozygous mutant genotype (c2/c2). (3) The well number 4 represents the heterozygous mutant genotype, i.e., (c1/c2). In this two fragments (410 bp + 360 bp) are observed after digestion

Figure 3: Gel picture of cytochrome P450 2E1. Well 1 - Ladder (100 base-pair [bp]). Well 3 - Homozygous mutant (c2/c2) (410 bp). Well 4 - Heterozygous mutant (c1/c2) (410 and 360 bp). Well 5 - Homozygous wild (c1/c1) (360 bp). (1) The well number 1 represents the 100 bp ladder as a marker. (2) In well numbers 5 and 6 the 360 bp fragment found after RsaI digestion represents the wild allele (c1) i.e., wild-type genotype (c1/c1) and that of well number 3 the 410 bp is the rare allele (c2), i.e., homozygous mutant genotype (c2/c2). (3) The well number 4 represents the heterozygous mutant genotype, i.e., (c1/c2). In this two fragments (410 bp + 360 bp) are observed after digestion