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Regulation of GLUT1-mediated sugar transport by an antiport/uniport switch mechanism.
Cooperative nucleotide binding to the human erythrocyte sugar transporter.
Quench-flow analysis reveals multiple phases of GluT1-mediated sugar transport.
ATP-dependent sugar transport complexity in human erythrocytes.
Acute modulation of sugar transport in brain capillary endothelial cell cultures during activation of the metabolic stress pathway.
The human erythrocyte sugar transporter is also a nucleotide binding protein.
AMP kinase regulation of sugar transport in brain capillary endothelial cells during acute metabolic stress.
Molecular determinants of sugar transport regulation by ATP.
Conventional transport assays underestimate sugar transport rates in human red cells.
Inhibitions of sugar transport produced by ligands binding at opposite sides of the membrane. Evidence for simultaneous occupation of the carrier by maltose and cytochalasin B.
ATP regulation of the human red cell sugar transporter.
Human erythrocytes transport dehydroascorbic acid and sugars using the same transporter complex.
WZB117 (2-Fluoro-6-(m-hydroxybenzoyloxy) Phenyl m-Hydroxybenzoate) Inhibits GLUT1-mediated Sugar Transport by Binding Reversibly at the Exofacial Sugar Binding Site.
Kinetic Basis of Cis- and Trans-Allostery in GLUT1-Mediated Sugar Transport.
Do Skeletal Dynamics Mediate Sugar Uptake and Transport in Human Erythrocytes?
Red wine and green tea flavonoids are cis-allosteric activators and competitive inhibitors of glucose transporter 1 (GLUT1)-mediated sugar uptake.