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The 2-hydroxycarboxylate transporter family is a family of secondary transporters found exclusively in the bacterial kingdom. They function in the metabolism of the di- and tricarboxylates malate and citrate, mostly in fermentative pathways involving decarboxylation of malate or oxaloacetate. These pathways are found in the class Bacillales of the low-CG(More)
The 2-hydroxycarboxylate transporter (2HCT) family of secondary transporters belongs to a much larger structural class of secondary transporters termed ST3 which contains about 2000 transporters in 32 families. The transporters of the 2HCT family are among the best studied in the class. Here we detect weak sequence similarity between the N- and C-terminal(More)
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