Transport enhancement and reversal: Glucose and 3‐O‐methyl glucose

@article{Musliner1977TransportEA,
  title={Transport enhancement and reversal: Glucose and 3‐O‐methyl glucose},
  author={Thomas A. Musliner and George P. Chrousos and Harold Amos},
  journal={Journal of Cellular Physiology},
  year={1977},
  volume={91}
}
In chick embryo fibroblast cultures the 15‐ to 30‐fold enhancement of D‐glucose uptake observed when cells are starved of glucose for 24 hours is not duplicated for derivatives of glucose that compete effectively for uptake and have generally been considered to use the same carrier. 2‐deoxy‐D‐glucose, D‐mannose, D‐galactose and D‐glucosamine are derepressed progressively less sharply in that order with glucosamine uptake never more than doubled by starvation. D‐glucose at a concentration of 5.5… Expand
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