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Regulation of glucose transport by hypoxia.
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Glut1 is the first gene whose rate of transcription has been shown to be dually regulated by hypoxia, and it is supported by the finding that exposure of a variety of cells and tissues to agents such as azide or cyanide, in the presence of oxygen, also leads to stimulation of glucose transport. Expand
Stimulation of AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) is associated with enhancement of Glut1-mediated glucose transport.
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It is concluded that stimulation of AMPK activity is associated with enhancement of Glut1-mediated glucose transport, and that the glucose transport response is mediated by activation of GlUT1 transporters preexisting in the plasma membrane. Expand
Glut1 and glut3 expression, but not capillary density, is increased by cobalt chloride in rat cerebrum and retina.
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It is concluded that a 10-12 day exposure to Co(II), presumably acting through the hypoxia-signaling pathway, results in enhanced expression of both major glucose transporters in cerebral cortex and retina, without increasing the capillary density of either tissue. Expand
Activation of Glut1 glucose transporter in response to inhibition of oxidative phosphorylation.
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The mechanism of stimulation of glucose transport in response to azide appears to be predominately mediated by an apparent increase in the number of functional Glut1 sites in the plasma membrane (instead of an increase in their "intrinsic activity"), suggesting an "unmasking" mechanism. Expand
Association of stomatin (band 7.2b) with Glut1 glucose transporter.
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Stomatin is closely associated with Glut1 in the plasma membrane and that overexpression of stomatin results in a depression in the basal rate of glucose transport. Expand
Activation of Glut1 glucose transporter in human erythrocytes.
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It is suggested that a significant fraction of Glut1 transporters exists in an inactive form ("masked") in RBC plasma membranes and that treatment of ghosts with CE or EDTA leads to an apparent activation of GlUT1. Expand
The remineralizing effect of an essential oil fluoride mouthrinse in an intraoral caries test.
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Evidence is provided that an essential oil mouthrinse with 100 parts per million fluoride is effective in promoting enamel remineralization and fluoride uptake, in addition to essential oils' previously established antigingivitis efficacy. Expand
Antidiabetic effect of Oenanthe javanica flavone.
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OjF possessed the hypoglycemic and hypotriglyceride actions, mainly concerned with promoting release of insulin from B-cells in islets of langerhans and raising the lowered pancreatic amylases in diabetic mice. Expand
Chlamydial genovar distribution after community wide antibiotic treatment.
Major outer membrane protein sequences, determined from Chlamydia-positive eye swab samples collected in 2 Egyptian villages, were used to analyze the epidemiology of trachoma in an endemic setting.Expand
Effects of dietary protein source on the digestive enzyme activities and electrolyte composition in the small intestinal fluid of chickens.
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The digestive enzymes and electrolytes in the small intestinal fluid of chickens adapted to the protein source of the diet, and each segment of the small intestine displayed different modifications. Expand
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