Molecular cloning, tissue distribution and ontogenetic expression of the amino acid transporter b(0,+) cDNA in the small intestine of Tibetan suckling piglets.

@article{Wang2009MolecularCT,
  title={Molecular cloning, tissue distribution and ontogenetic expression of the amino acid transporter b(0,+) cDNA in the small intestine of Tibetan suckling piglets.},
  author={Wence Wang and Wanting Gu and Xiangfang Tang and Meimei Geng and Meihua Fan and Tiejun Li and Wuying Chu and Changyou Shi and Ruilin Huang and Hongfu Zhang and Yulong Yin},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part B, Biochemistry & molecular biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={154 1},
  pages={157-64}
}
The small intestine is the main absorption place of peptides and free amino acids in mammals. The amino acid transporter system b(0,+) mediates apical uptake of basic amino acids, especially lysine, arginine and cysteine. The aim of the current study was to clone Tibetan porcine amino acid transporter b(0,+)AT (SLC7A9) for comparing the sequences of Tibetan and common (Sus scrofa) pigs, and investigating the tissue distribution and ontogenetic expression in the small intestine of Tibetan… CONTINUE READING

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