antiporter

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antiporter

(ˈæntɪˌpɔːtə)
n
(Biology) biology a membrane protein that transports substances across cell membranes
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2+] concentrations in mitochondria, has been confirmed in this shrimp species (data not shown); however, to date there is no information that confirms the existence of proteins such as calcium antiporters either 2[N.
It is believed that this sequestration of sodium ions is attained by tonoplast Na+/H+ antiporters (Flowers and Colmer, 2008) and pyrophosphatase (Guo et al.
These include plasma membrane ion channels and transporters, including non-electrogenic symporters and antiporters.
2014) because it shares homology with Na+/H+ antiporters (Komeili, 2012; Nudelman and Zarivach, 2014).
Studies (26,27) indicate that apo E may play a role in regulating calcium homeostasis, and therefore impacting neuronal regulation of various ion-independent receptors, including K+ antiporters.
Tables summarize clinical trials with drugs targeting ionic channels, antiporters, and pumps in ischemic stroke.
0,+]AT), which mediates high-affinity transport of cystine and cationic amino acids in a tightly coupled equimolar exchange with neutral amino acids in the plasma membrane as antiporters (Chillaron et al.
During the premolt phase, calcium solubilized from the old exoskeleton enters the hemolymph and, following its electrochemical gradient, flows into hepatopancreatic cells through channels or reversal antiporters in the basolateral membrane (Wheatly, 1999; Zanotto and Wheatly, 2003).
These NSTs are antiporters in which nucleotide sugar entry into the ER/Golgi is coupled to equimolar exit of the corresponding nucleoside monophosphate from the ER/Golgi lumen (38).
antiporters of plasma membrane and tonoplast, respectively.
hydrolysis or indirectly as symporters and antiporters (Morth et al.