QUESTION 17 1 points Save Answer Gaucher disease the most

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QUESTION 17 1 points Save Answer Gaucher disease is the most common lipid storage disease in humans, It is caused by a deficiency of an enzyme necessary for lipid metabolism, leading to a collection of fatty material in the spleen, liver, kidneys, lungs, brain, and bone marrow Which of the following best explains how internal membranes and the organelles of cells would be involved in Gaucher disease? - A The lysosomes lack sufficient amounts of enzymes necessary for lipid digestion smic reticulum contains too many ribosomes which results in an overproduction of the enzyme involved in carbohydrate catalysis C. The Golg apporatus produces vescles with fauty membranes that leak heir contents into the cytoplam of he cof o D. The mitochondria are defective and do not produce adequate amounts of ATP needed for cellular respiration

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