antiporter

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antiporter

(ˈæntɪˌpɔːtə)
n
(Biology) biology a membrane protein that transports substances across cell membranes
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antiport sequences (SOS1), based on higher plants, animals, fungi, and Escherichia coli, indicated two distinct "clusters", as supported by the high bootstrap value, i.
Salt tolerance in suspension cultures of sugar beet-induction of Na+/H+ antiport activity at the tonoplast by growth in salt.
Several studies in bacteria have reported the presence of oxalate-metabolizing proteins such as Oxalate antiport transport protein (OxIT), Formyl CoA transferase (FRC) Oxalate decarboxylase (OXDC), oxalyl CoA decarboxylase (OXC) and oxalate oxidoreductase (OOR) (34,35,36,37).
The flow between carbon and Pi is mediated by the Triose-P transporter, which transports the antiport system of Triose-P/Pi across the chloroplast membrane (Flugge, Hausler, Ludewig, & Fischer, 2003).
antiport, that is essential for ionic stability, while its release favors the microcirculation through the paracrine action of the nucleotide on purinergic receptors of vascular epithelium and the concomitant synthesis of nitric oxide by nitric oxide synthase.
Insulin dependent diabetic sibling pairs are concordant for Na+/H+ antiport activity Kidney Intl 1999;55:2383-2389.
antiport systems of cyanobacterium Synechococcus (Singh et al.
Salt tolerance conferred by overexpression of a vacuolar Na/H antiport in Arabidopsis.
Tsuji, "Anion antiport mechanism is involved in transport of lactic acid across intestinal epithelial brush-border membrane," Biochimica et Biophysica Acta: Biomembranes, vol.