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Thiol-fatty acylation of the glucose transport protein of human erythrocytes.

May JM
FEBS Lett. 1990 274 (1-2): 119-21

PMID: 2253764 · DOI:10.1016/0014-5793(90)81344-n

Incubation of intact human erythrocytes with [3H]palmitate labeled a protein with electrophoretic characteristics of the glucose transporter. This labeling occurred via a thioester linkage, since it was unaffected by organic solvent extraction, but was substantially removed as the hydroxamate upon treatment with neutral hydroxylamine. Immunoprecipitation of the labeled protein with a monoclonal antibody to the glucose transporter confirmed its identity.

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Acylation Electrophoresis, Polyacrylamide Gel Erythrocytes Humans Hydroxylamine Hydroxylamines Molecular Weight Monosaccharide Transport Proteins Palmitic Acid Palmitic Acids

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