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The bacterial enzyme, superoxide dismutase (EC 184.108.40.206), acts to protect cells from oxidative damage caused by the toxic effects of superoxide radicals formed within cells as a product of normal cellular respiration. The enzyme in bacteria is also a target for copper, which is required for the enzyme activity. In mammalian cells, the defense against cellular free radical damage is provided by two endogenous enzymes, superoxide dismutase and catalase. Both enzymes are oxidized by reactive oxygen species, but only the superoxide dismutase generates a toxic product. Inhibition of superoxide dismutase activity by the same reactive oxygen species that oxidize catalase is considered to be the basis for cell death by apoptosis. The bacterial superoxide dismutase has a different structure and function from the mammalian enzymes. In addition to the intrinsic catalytic properties of the bacterial enzyme, the copper is associated with the protein as a cofactor. It was also demonstrated that mammalian cells and bacteria have different mechanisms of copper transport into the cytoplasm. Both cell types concentrate copper from the extracellular environment and utilize carrier-mediated systems that specifically import copper. The difference between the transport systems of these two types of cells appears to involve more than a simple change in the primary amino acid sequence of the proteins that transport copper..” “Forget it.” “Let’s go with a normal life.” “Will you have enough money for a normal life?” “What about the rest?” ” I’ve some money left.” “Come on, let’s go and see her.” ” Okay.” “Wait here.” “Don’t worry.” “This is the last thing