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Taurine (2-aminoethanesulfonic acid) is a major intracellular amino acid in mammals. Additionally we are shipping Taurine Transporter Antibodies (28) and Taurine Transporter Kits (4) and many more products for this protein.
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both homozygous and heterozygous TauT gene deletion predispose C57BL/6 mice to develop end-stage diabetic kidney disease
Studied protective effect of taurine associated with the upregulation of TAUT expression in acute myocardial ischemia. Data showed that taurine reversed the apoptosis induced by hypoxia and AMI (show CFD Proteins), thereby, effectively protecting the myocardium.
Acute exposure to ROS (show ROS1 Proteins) reduces taurine uptake as a result of modulated TauT transport kinetics.
Effective T-cell recall responses require the taurine transporter Taut.
study represents the first characterization of TauT in neural precursor cells
data suggest TauT plays a critical role in renal function; expression of TauT is negatively regulated by p53 (show TP53 Proteins) and positively regulated by c-Jun (show JUN Proteins); outcome level of TauT may determine the fate of renal cells during stress-induced acute kidney injury
All taut-/- mice succumb to infections during crisis, while about 90% of the control taut(+/+) mice survive.
decreased sensitivity of mature erythrocytes from taut-/- mice to osmotic shock and oxidative stress, rendering them more resistant to apoptosis
in NIH3T3 cells active taurine uptake reflects TauT expression TauT activity is modulated by multiple stimuli; the subcellular localization of TauT is regulated; and volume-sensitive taurine release is not mediated by TauT
Murine TAUT is regulated in response to hypertonicity and taurine-rich conditions.
Results indicate that the gene expressions of TauT and cyclin C (show CCNC Proteins) are cooperatively regulated under hypotonic conditions.
TauT gene expression is significantly upregulated in mononuclear leukocytes of type 1 diabetes patients and is related to HbA1c levels and inversely to plasma homocysteine.
CNDP1 (show CNDP1 Proteins) and CARNS are expressed in glomeruli and tubular cells; TauT is expressed in renal epithelial cells; CDNP1 may have a role in diabetic neuropathy
This is the first study to present information on the transcriptional regulation of taurine transporter gene and the localization of the taurine transporter protein (show HNRNPU Proteins) in chondrocytic cells.
Neurotransmitter transporters including SLC6A6 and SLC6A13 mediate the uptake of 5-aminolevulinic acid (ALA) and can play roles in the enhancement of ALA-induced accumulation of protoporphyrin in cancerous cells.
Immunocytochemistry and flow cytometry analyses revealed that these mAbs recognized the native form of the extracellular domain of SLC6A6 on the cell surface.
Syncytiotrophoblast TauT activity is reduced in maternal obesity and pre-eclampsia compared to normal pregnancy.
Expression of TauT is differentially regulated by Vitamin D(3) and retinoic acid via formation of VDR and RXR complexes in the nuclei in a cell type-dependent manner.
Knockdown of TauT impairs kidney development, possibly through regulation of cell cycle-related genes.
TauT gene is overexpressed in peripheral blood mononuclear cells of type 2 diabetic patients.
TNF-alpha (show TNF Proteins)-treated cells showed a higher mRNA level of the TAUT (taurine transporter) than did the control cells.
Taurine (2-aminoethanesulfonic acid) is a major intracellular amino acid in mammals. It is involved in a number of important physiologic processes, including bile acid conjugation in hepatocytes, modulation of calcium flux and neural excitability, osmoregulation, detoxification, and membrane stabilization. The cells of most organisms respond to hypertonicity by the intracellular accumulation of high concentrations of small organic solutes (osmolytes) that, in contrast to high concentrations of electrolytes, do not perturb the function of macromolecules. The renal medulla is normally the only tissue in mammals that undergoes wide shifts in tonicity. Its hypertonicity when the kidney is excreting a concentrated urine is fundamental to water conservation. The taurine content of the renal medulla of rats infused with 5% NaCl is higher than that in controls, suggesting that taurine behaves as an osmolyte in the renal medulla. Indeed, taurine functions as an osmolyte in Madin-Darby canine kidney (MDCK) cells. When MDCK cells cultured in isotonic medium are switched to hypertonic medium, their content of taurine doubles through the taking up of taurine from the medium. Taurine transport in these cells is dependent on sodium and chloride ions and is localized primarily in the basolateral plasma membrane (summary by Uchida et al., 1992
sodium- and chloride-dependent taurine transporter
, solute carrier family 6 member 6
, taurine/beta-alanine transporter
, Na/Cl-dependent taurine transporter
, solute carrier family 6 (neurotransmitter transporter, taurine), member 6
, taurine transporter
, Solute carrier 6 ,member 6 (taurine transporter)
, solute carrier family 6, member 6