permease


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per·me·ase

(per'mē-ās),
Any of a group of membrane-bound carriers (enzymes) that effect the transport of solute through a semipermeable membrane; this term is not typically used to describe eukaryotes.

permease

/per·me·ase/ (per´me-ās) former name for transport protein.

permease

(pûr′mē-ās′)
n.
Any of several cell-membrane proteins that function as channels for the passive transport of a specific molecule in or out of the cell.

per·me·ase

(pĕr'mē-ās)
Any of a group of membrane-bound carriers (enzymes) that cause transport of solute through a semipermeable membrane.

permease

a protein thought to act as a carrier in ACTIVE TRANSPORT within membranes.

permease

any carrier protein involved in transporting substances across cell membranes.
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subtilis transports enterobactin through the same permease as BB, is evident from previous studies where an excess of nonradiolabeled ferric enterobactin can block the incorporation of radioactive ferric BB.
2007) TOR-induced resistance to toxic adenosine analogs in Leishmania brought about by the internalization and degradation of the adenosine permease.
coli vitamin B12 permease is ABC protein transporter that imparts a variety of molecules form the environment.
Tryptophanase operon (tnaOP) is a region consisting of two major structural genes: tnaA, coding for the tryptophanase which catalyzes the degradation of L-tryptophan to indole, pyruvate, and ammonia and tnaB coding for a tryptophan permease.
Amino-acid transport by heterodimers of 4F2hc/CD98 and members of a permease family.
2000), the natural resistance-associated macrophage-protein (Nramp) family, cation-diffusion facilitator (CDF) proteins family and the zinc-iron permease (ZIP) family (Guerinot, 2000).
High levels of intracellular recombinant ANT were able to abrogate the altered trafficking of the NT1 adenosine/thymidine permease elicited by TOR indicating that ANT interacted with TOR.
Board 17 CREATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A SILENT EcoRV RESTRICTION SITE IN THE GENE SEQEUNCE OF THE LACTOSE PERMEASE OF ESCHERICHIA COLI BY SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS.
Evolutionary genetics of the praline permease gene (putP) and the control region of the proline utilization operon in populations of Salmonella and Escherichia call.
Previously determined SNP patterns T/G/T/A or G/T/C/C at Sakai genome positions 337,933 (ECs0320, putative receptor), 1,460,599 (ECs1414, curli production assembly/transport component), 2,370,797 (ECs2397, transport system permease protein), and 5,404,166 (ECs5279, fimH-locus) have been shown to be cluster specific (12).
Truncation mutants showed that the domain responsible for inhibiting permease activity resided at the N terminal portion of TOR.