PMID: 1275912Jan 15, 1976Paper

Amino acid transport in normal and glutathione-deficient sheep erythrocytes

The Biochemical Journal
J D YoungE M Tucker


1. Uptake rates for 23 amino acids were measured for both normal (high-GSH) and GSH-deficient (low-GSH) erythrocytes from Finnish Landrace sheep. 2. Compared with high-GSH cells, low-GSH cells had a markedly diminished permeability to D-alanine, L-alanine, alpha-amino-n-butyrate, valine, cysteine, serine, threonine, asparagine, lysine and ornithine. Smaller differences were observed for glycine and proline, whereas uptake of the other amino acids was not significantly different in the two cell types.


Jan 1, 1976·Animal Blood Groups and Biochemical Genetics·E M Tucker
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