glucose [extracellular] <=> glucose [cytosol]

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R-GGA-352864
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Reaction [transition]
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Gallus gallus
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Uptake of extracellular glucose
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Glucose enters cells by facilitated diffusion across the plasma membrane, mediated by members of the GLUT (SLC2A) family of transport proteins. This process is reversible. Three such proteins have been identified to date in chickens (Mathew et al. 1994; Wagstaff et al. 1995; Wang et al. 1994).

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
8589457 Characterization of the avian GLUT1 glucose transporter: differential regulation of GLUT1 and GLUT3 in chicken embryo fibroblasts

Mylott, D, Robbins, PJ, Wagstaff, P, Kang, HY, White, MK

Mol Biol Cell 1995
8161202 Identification of chicken liver glucose transporter

Wang, MY, Tsai, MY, Wang, C

Arch Biochem Biophys 1994
8203486 Loss of glucose transporters is an early event in differentiation of HD3 cells

Mathew, A, Robbins, PJ, Johnstone, RM, White, MK, Grdisa, M

Am J Physiol 1994
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glucose transmembrane transporter activity of GLUT proteins [plasma membrane]

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