By Sally Nicholls
A dangerous contagion races via England...
Isabel and her family members have nowhere to run from a ailment that has killed 1/2 Europe. while the area she understands and loves ends ceaselessly, her in basic terms weapon is courage.
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Despite high importance of antioxidant enzymes for cell survival, their loss is usually not characterized by severe phenotype. That is probably because cells have many counterparts of antioxidant enzymes. For example, in addition to G6PDH, NADPH can also be produced by NADPH-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase, malic enzymes or NAD(P)+transhydrogenase. Catalase can be substituted by other hydrogen peroxide utilizing enzymes, namely glutathione peroxidase, cytochrome c peroxidase, thioredoxin peroxidase, etc.
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It often happens under polymorphism in enzymes contributing to DNA repair, what will be discussed below. Under conditions which would promote oxidative DNA damage, antioxidant function of could prevent cancer. On the other hand, NADPH supply at certain conditions may be even harmful leading to enhanced oxidative damage and cancer development. , 2005). Tian and colleagues (1998) found that cancer cells possessed several times higher G6PDH activity. , 1999). , 2007; Lushchak, 2011). Enhanced activity of G6PDH, a lipogenic enzyme, was found at diabetes and obesity (Gupte, 2010).