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sugar transporter

Molecular analysis of plant sugar and amino acid transporters

Sugar regulation of SUGAR TRANSPORTER PROTEIN 1 (STP1) expression in Arabidopsis thaliana

Cloning, localization and expression analysis of vacuolar sugar transporters in the CAM plant Ananas comosus (pineapple)

Characterization of rice nucleotide sugar transporters capable of transporting UDP-galactose and UDP-glucose

Nucleotide Sugar Transporters: Elucidation of Their Molecular Identity and Its Implication for Future Studies

Diversity and activity of sugar transporters in nematode-induced root syncytia

The Sugar Transporter Inventory of Tomato: Genome-Wide Identification and Expression Analysis

Transporters of nucleotide sugars, nucleotide sulfate and ATP in the Golgi apparatus membrane: Where next?

Yeast as a tool to express sugar acid transporters with biotechnological interest

Molecular Cloning and Characterization of a Novel Isoform of the Human UDP-Galactose Transporter, and of Related Complementary DNAs Belonging to the Nucleotide-Sugar Transporter Gene Family

Genome-Wide Function, Evolutionary Characterization and Expression Analysis of Sugar Transporter Family Genes in Pear (Pyrus bretschneideri Rehd)

The inside and outside: topological issues in plant cell wall biosynthesis and the roles of nucleotide sugar transporters

Functional Characterization and RNAi-Mediated Suppression Reveals Roles for Hexose Transporters in Sugar Accumulation by Tomato Fruit

Involvement of the Hexose Transporter Gene LeHT1 and of Sugars in Resistance of Tomato to Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus

The SWEET family of sugar transporters in grapevine: VvSWEET4 is involved in the interaction with Botrytis cinerea

Catabolite inactivation of the sugar transporters in Saccharomyces cerevisiae is inhibited by the presence of a nitrogen source

Sugar Uptake in the Aril of Litchi Fruit Depends on the Apoplasmic Post-Phloem Transport and the Activity of Proton Pumps and the Putative Transporter LcSUT4


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Any of various families of transmembrane proteins responsible for sugar transport into cells. GTR1 causes facilitated diffusion of glucose, whereas XylE protein in Escherichia coli acts as an H+‐xylose symporter ...

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