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Amino-acid permease

Amino acid-proton symporter. Stereospecific transporter with a broad specificity for histidine, glutamate and neutral amino acids. Reduced affinities for asparagine and valine. Involved in amino acid uptake from the apoplastic cavity into the embryo cells for storage protein accumulation and in root amino acid uptake.

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Amino acid permease 1

Also known as Amino acid permease 1 (Amino acid transporter AAP1) (Neutral amino acid transporter II).
Encodes AAP1 (amino acid permease 1), a neutral amino acid transporter expressed in seeds. Functions in amino acid uptake into embryos. The transporter also functions in acquisition of glutamate and neutral amino acids by the root.

Amino acid permease 2

Also known as Amino acid permease 2 (Amino acid transporter AAP2).
Amino acid-proton symporter. Stereospecific transporter with a broad specificity for histidine, arginine, glutamate and neutral amino acids, favoring small amino acids such as alanine, asparagine and glutamine. Accepts also large aromatic residues such as in phenlalanine or tyrosine. Has a much higher affinity for basic amino acids as compared with AAP1. May function in xylem-to-phloem transfer and in uptake of amino acids assimilated in the green silique tissue.

Amino acid permease 5

Also known as Amino acid permease 5 (Amino acid transporter AAP5).
Amino acid-proton symporter. Stereospecific transporter with a broad specificity for glutamate and both neutral and basic amino acids. Reduced affinities for asparagine and valine. High affinity transport of the cationic amino acids arginine and lysine, but not of histidine.

Amino acid permease 6

Also known as Amino acid permease 6 (Amino acid transporter AAP6).
Is a high affinity amino acid transporter capable of transporting aspartate and tryptophan. May be involved in the amino acid uptake from xylem.

Amino acid permease 8

Also known as Amino acid permease 8 (Amino acid transporter AAP8).
Encodes a high affinity amino acid transporter that is probably responsible for import of organic nitrogen into developing seeds. One of eight gene family members that encode amino acid permeases. Most closely related to AAP1 (75%) identity.

Amino-acid permease BAT1

Also known as Amino-acid permease BAT1 (Bidirectional amino acid transporter 1) (GABA permease) (AtGABP).
Encodes a bidirectional amino acid transporter that can transport ala, arg, glu and lys, GABA but not pro with both export and import activity. Its expression is localized in the vascular tissues suggesting a function in amino acids export from the phloem into sink tissue.

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