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New research conducted in West Michigan could help people addicted to smoking quit cold turkey without any withdrawal or chance for relapse. It uses the enzyme nicotine oxidoreductase (NicA2) to rid nicotine from the body without any adverse effects, making it easier for those addicted to quit. "It’s the new year, and so a lot of people have New Year's resolutions to give up smoking. It is really difficult to do," said Dr. Ricky Stull, an enzymologist and assistant professor for the Department of Chemistry at Western Michigan University.