Na+-independent transport of basic and zwitterionic amino acids in mouse blastocysts by a shared system and by processes which distinguish between these substrates.

@article{Winkle1988NaindependentTO,
  title={Na+-independent transport of basic and zwitterionic amino acids in mouse blastocysts by a shared system and by processes which distinguish between these substrates.},
  author={Lon J. Van Winkle and Allan L Campione and J. M. Gorman},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1988},
  volume={263 7},
  pages={3150-63}
}
Preimplantation mouse blastocysts were found to contain at least three mediated components of Na+-independent amino acid transport. The two less conspicuous components seemed to be selective for either cationic or zwitterionic substrates but were not characterized further or examined for multiple transport activities. L-Leucine and L-lysine competed strongly for uptake by the most conspicuous Na+-independent transport process detected in these conceptuses (referred to as component b0,+), and no… CONTINUE READING
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