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SNF3 Plasma membrane low gluco
se sensor that regulates gluco
se transport; contains 12 pred
icted transmembrane segments a
nd a long C-terminal tail requ
ired for induction of hexose t
ransporters; also senses fruct
ose and mannose; similar to Rg
GTP4 has only one known functional domain and is a member of the sugar transporter family, a subset of the major facilitator superfamily (E-value: 5.4e-36). This protein appears to be responsible for transporting sugar across the plasma membrane in response to changes in the electrochemical gradient, specifically in sugar uptake. Paragraph by: Kathleen Beardsworth and Kristen Keller (undergraduates), Keck Science Department, Claremont Colleges.
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