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Amino acid permease

Amino acid permease

(Science: enzyme) a widely distributed group of large integral membrane proteins, required for the entry of amino acids into cells.

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... gene of a small group IA intron. The extensive amino-acid sequence similarity with the equivalent gene in Aspergillus ... thaliana) GI:6686821 (AT5G19500.1) tryptophan/tyrosine permease family protein, contains Pfam profile PF03222: ...

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