The enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase is capable of catalyzing the oxidation of a number of different substances--including ethanol, ethylene glycol, and methanol--to an aldehyde. The metabolic products of both ethylene glycol and methanol are highly toxic to humans. A standard medical treatment for prevention of ethylene glycol or methanol poisoning is the administration of a dose of ethanol. Why is this treatment effective?
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