Glutamate had no significant effect on the uptake of 0.025 mM cystine by isolated rat renal cortical tubules and brushborder membrane vesicles in contrast to lysine which significantly inhibits cystine transport. Glutamate, however, markedly inhibited cystine uptake by rat renal tubule cells grown in a serum-free, hormonally defined media for 5 days. Lysine also inhibited cystine transport in these cultured renal tubule cells.
Cystine-glutamate transport interactions in rat renal cortical tubules, brushborder vesicles, and cultured renal tubule cells
- Views Icon Views
- Share Icon Share
- Cite Icon Cite
John W. Foreman, Pamela D. McNamara, Margaret Ann Bowring, Judithann Lee, Claire Rea, Stanton Segal; Cystine-glutamate transport interactions in rat renal cortical tubules, brushborder vesicles, and cultured renal tubule cells. Biosci Rep 1 January 1986; 6 (1): 113–119. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01145186
Download citation file: