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The inflammatory response increases the temperature of a skin cell above its normal range. This prevents the cell from quickly performing certain enzyme-catalyzed reactions. Why would this occur? High temperatures denature the enzyme, slowing the reaction. High temperatures denature the substrate, slowing the reaction. High temperatures denature the enzyme, ending the reaction. High temperatures denature the substrate, ending the reaction.

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