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Lactose carrier protein

Lactose carrier protein

(Science: protein) The best known example is the product of the lacY gene, coded for in the lactose operon and responsible for the uptake of lactose by E. Coli.

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... The permease as far as I know is lacY, the protein which allows lactose to enter the cell. (and be the substrate for the ... it makes a sort of hole in the membrane not active carrier.

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by GreenDog
Wed Sep 21, 2005 2:50 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: cell structure
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