antiporter


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an·ti·por·ter

(an'tē-pōr-ter),
A protein responsible for mediating the transport of two different molecules or ions simultaneously in opposite directions through a membrane.

antiporter

(ant'i-port?er)
A cell membrane protein that moves two substances in opposite directions through the membrane.
See: symporter
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Na+ ions enter the cytoplasm and are then transported to the vacuole via Na+/H+ antiporter (Gupta and Huang, 2014).
antiporter SOS1 has a transmembrane domain and long cytoplasmic tail may act as a [Na.
Pharmacological characterization of stably transfected Na+/H+ antiporter isoforms using amiloride analogs and a new inhibitor exhibiting anti-ischemic properties.
2]S enhances GCL activity and potentiates the activity of the cystine/glutamate antiporter as well as the cysteine transporter, both of which increase intracellular concentrations of cysteine.
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4] Human genes: MKRN3, makorin ring finger protein 3; MAGEL2, MAGE-like 2; NDN, necdin, melanoma antigen (MAGE) family member; PWRN1, Prader-Willi region nonprotein coding RNA1; SNRPN, small nuclear ribonucleoprotein polypeptide N; UBE3A, ubiquitin protein ligase E3A; SLC9A6, solute carrier family 9, subfamily A (NHE6, cation proton antiporter 6), member 6; TCF4, transcription factor 4; MECP2, methyl CpG binding protein 2.
Membrane transporters Transmembrane channel-like 2 Protein-export membrane protein Secd/Secf RND superfamily resistance- nodulation-cell division: proton (H+) antiporter Sugar transporter Transport protein 9.
Controlled unfolding and refolding of a single sodium-proton antiporter using atomic force microscopy, J Mol Biol 2004; 340 (5): 1143-1152.