Identification of the Human Erythrocyte Glucose Transporter (GLUT1) ATP Binding Domain: A Dissertation

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  title={Identification of the Human Erythrocyte Glucose Transporter (GLUT1) ATP Binding Domain: A Dissertation},
  author={Kara B. Levine},
  year={1999}
}
The human erythrocyte glucose transport protein (GLUTl) interacts with, and is regulated by, cytosolic ATP. This study asks the following questions concerning ATP modulation of GLUTI mediated sugar transport. 1) Which region(s) of GLUTI form the adenine nucleotide-binding domain? 2) What factors influence A modulation of sugar transport? 3) Is A TP interaction with GLUTI sufficient for sugar transport regulation? The first question was addressed through peptide mappmg, terminal sequencmg, and… CONTINUE READING

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