Localization of glucose transporter GLUT 3 in brain: comparison of rodent and dog using species-specific carboxyl-terminal antisera.

@article{Gerhart1995LocalizationOG,
  title={Localization of glucose transporter GLUT 3 in brain: comparison of rodent and dog using species-specific carboxyl-terminal antisera.},
  author={David Z. Gerhart and Richard L Leino and Nancy D. Borson and W. E. Taylor and K M Gronlund and Anthony L. McCall and Lester R Drewes},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={1995},
  volume={66 1},
  pages={237-46}
}
The carboxyl-terminal amino acid sequences of the canine and gerbil glucose transporter GLUT3 were determined and compared to the published rat sequence. Eleven of 16 amino acids comprising the carboxyl terminus of GLUT3 were found to be identical in rat and dog. However, the canine sequence "ATV" substitutes for the rat sequence "PGNA" at the end of the molecule. The gerbil sequence has 12 of 16 amino acids identical to the rat, including the PGNA terminus. Based on these sequences, four… CONTINUE READING
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