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This report demonstrated selenite is transported through a monocarboxylate transporter Jen1p in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Jen1p determined selenite sensitivity and uptake. Selenite had a similar affinity for Jen1p and a similar transport mechanism to the monocarboxylate lactate, which are both proton driven and exhibit reciprocal inhibition.
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Molecular Biology of the Cell
McDermott, Joseph R.; Rosen, Barry P.; and Liu, Zijuan, "Jen1p: A High Affinity Selenite Transporter in Yeast" (2010). All Faculty. 11.
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