Mammalian cells take up glucose from extracellular fluid into the cell through two
families of structurallyrelated
Mammalian cells depend on glucose as a major substrate for energy production.
Glucose is transported into the cell via facilitative
The protein family of facilitative
Horizons in Nutritional Science.
Glucose enters eucaryotic cells via 2 different types of membrane associated
carrier proteins, the Na"- coupled
The bulk of glucose that is filtered by the renal glomerulus is reabsorbed by the
The ability to
Dec 15, 2009
Insulin regulates glucose uptake into these cells by recruiting membrane vesicles
containing the GLUT4
Apr 3, 2007