Allosteric cooperativity during intestinal cotransport
of sodium and chloride in freshwater prawns.
MRP4 (gene ABCC4) is an inducible basolateral transporter that cotransports
taurine and glycine conjugates of cholic acid with glutathione.
Turk, "The sodium/glucose cotransport
family SLC5," Pflugers Archiv, vol.
SGLT2 inhibitors also cause natriuresis (urinary excretion of sodium) and weight loss, and are associated with an antihypertensive effect through sodium cotransport
Glutamate uptake is energetically expensive, as it is coupled to cotransport
[Na.sup.+], requiring high activity of the [Na.sup.+]/[K.sup.+]-ATPase to maintain ionic homeostasis .
Many other transports that take place across the cell membrane work as [Na.sup.+] cotransport
, for example, amino acids, phosphates, [Ca.sup.+], and boric acid.
Miller, "Potassium-dependent volume regulation in retinal pigment epithelium is mediated by Na,K,Cl cotransport
," Journal of General Physiology, vol.
of water by the [Na.sup.+]/glucose cotransporter.
(1994) [K.sup.+]-induced alkalinization in mouse cerebral astrocytes mediated by reversal of electrogenic [Na.sup.+]-HC[O.sub.3.sup.-] cotransport
Lithium fluxes indicate presence of Na-Cl cotransport
(NCC) in human lens epithelial cells.
These metabolites presumably are taken up into the sieve vessels via a [K.sup.+] cotransport
There occur three different types of transport proteins; first type is the uniport transport pass, a single type of molecule down its concentration gradient, while symporters are cotransport
proteins which allow the movement of both types of ions in the same direction outside to inside.