SLC2A1

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SLC2A1

A gene on chromosome 1p34.2 that encodes glucose transporter type 1, a key glucose transporter in the blood-brain barrier.

Molecular biology
SLC2A1 mutations cause paroxysmal exertion-induced dyskinesia.
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The most important finding was that CE increased GLUT1 gene expression in the cultured adipocytes.
Of the glucose transporters, GLUT1 was the most abundant transcript in both tissues, and both GLUT1 and GLUT4 were more highly expressed in mammary tissue than liver but not at the two-fold threshold.
It has been reported that low food intake upregulates GLUT1 and GLUT4 gene expression in procine muscle (Katsumata et al.
Immunohistochemically, 2 distinctive but intimately admixed groups coexist: perineurial cells expressing epithelial membrane antigen, claudin-1, and GLUT1, and Schwann-like cells expressing S-100.
HepG2/erythroid/brain" type glucose transporter (GLUT1) is highly expressed in human epidermis: keratinocyte differentiation affects GLUT1 levels in reconstituted epidermis.
Expression of GLUT1 has also been demonstrated in normal perineural cells and perineuriomas.
Genistein is a natural inhibitor of hexose and dehydroascorbic acid transport through the glucose transporter, GLUT1.
GLUT1 is a highaffinity glucose transporter; its expression in MM has been reported in a few studies.
The antibody sources are as follows: p63 (M7247, Dako, Carpinteria, California), CK5/6 (M7233, Dako), PAX8 (363A-18, Cell Marque, Rocklin, California), MUC2 (10R-m132a, Fitzgerald, Concord, Massachusetts), GLUT1 (355A18, Cell Marque), Inhibin (M3609, Dako), Synaptophysin (M0776, Dako), Chromogranin (A0430, Dako), CK7 (M7018, Dako), CK20 (M7019, Dako), CK19 (M7019, Cell Marque), pCEA (N1503, Dako), and MUC5AC (10RM134B, Fitzgerald).
Expression of the GLUT1 glucose transporter and p53 in carcinomas of the pancreatobiliary tract.
Both IMP3 and GLUT1 have been reported in a variety of carcinomas.