Definition: 'Dicumarol Resistance'
dicumarol resistanceType: Term
1. an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by resistance to dicumarol, over and above general variability in tolerance to the drug; caused by mutation in the coumarin 7-hydroxylase gene (CYP2A6) on chromosome 19p.
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