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purine nucleobase transport

Known as: purine base transmembrane transport, purine base transport 
The directed movement of purine bases, one of the two classes of nitrogen-containing ring compounds found in DNA and RNA, into, out of or within a… Expand
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2005
2005
While purine transport has been widely studied in protozoa, almost nothing is known about their capacity to salvage pyrimidines… Expand
2004
2004
SummaryNeurospora crassa can utilize various purine bases such as xanthine or uric acid and their catabolic products as a… Expand
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2003
2003
African trypanosomes are unable to synthesize purines and depend upon purine nucleoside and nucleobase transporters to salvage… Expand
1994
1994
Papaverine was found to be an effective inhibitor of hypoxanthine transport not only in human erythrocytes, but also in the human… Expand
1989
1989
The purine base transport systems of wild-type and mycophenolic acid-resistant (MPAR) Tritrichomonas foetus have been… Expand
Highly Cited
1988
Highly Cited
1988
A novel "inhibitor-stop" method for the determination of initial rates of purine nucleobase transport in human erythrocytes has… Expand
Highly Cited
1987
Highly Cited
1987
Bacillus subtilis mutants defective in purine metabolism have been isolated by selecting for resistance to purine analogs… Expand
1986
1986
The single nucleoside transport function of mouse S49 lymphoblasts also transports purine bases (B. Aronow and B. Ullman, J. Biol… Expand
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1982
1982
Guanine is transported into germinated conidia of Neurospora crassa by the general purine base transport system. Guanine uptake… Expand
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1979
1979
Abstract The many pharmacological and biochemical effects of caffeine may be explained in part by its inhibitory action in vivo… Expand