Substrate recognition by a sucrose transporting protein.

@article{Hitz1986SubstrateRB,
  title={Substrate recognition by a sucrose transporting protein.},
  author={William Dean Hitz and Peter John Card and Kevin G. Ripp},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1986},
  volume={261 26},
  pages={
          11986-91
        }
}
Protoplasts derived from developing soybean cotyledons were used to study substrate recognition by a sucrose transporting protein in plant membranes. When used as alternate substrate inhibitors of [14C] sucrose influx, five different fructosyl-substituted sucrose derivatives, phenyl-alpha-D-glucopyranoside, and phenyl-alpha-D-thioglucopyranoside proved to bind effectively to the sucrose carrier-active site. These results are interpreted to indicate that a large portion of substrate recognition… CONTINUE READING

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