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GO:0005358 high-affinity hydrogen:glucose symporter activity

Term Information

ID GO:0005358
Name high-affinity hydrogen:glucose symporter activity
Ontology Molecular Function
Definition Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constitutive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high-affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
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Type Synonym
broad high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter activity
broad high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2014-09-05 Deleted DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constitutive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2014-09-05 Added DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constitutive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high-affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2010-06-09 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose symporter activity
2010-06-08 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose symporter activity
2009-08-23 Deleted DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2009-08-23 Added DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constitutive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2009-07-30 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter activity
2009-07-30 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2009-07-30 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2009-07-30 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0005356 (hydrogen:glucose symporter activity)
2008-03-11 Updated DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2007-07-27 Added DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy.
2007-07-11 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2007-07-11 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose symporter activity
2004-04-19 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2004-04-16 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2003-03-19 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2002-02-06 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter
2001-04-03 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter
2001-03-30 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2001-03-30 Added TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2010-06-09 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose symporter activity
2010-06-08 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose symporter activity
2007-07-11 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose symporter activity
2003-03-19 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2002-02-06 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter
2001-04-03 Updated TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter
2001-03-30 Added TERM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2014-09-05 Deleted DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constitutive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2014-09-05 Added DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constitutive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high-affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2009-08-23 Deleted DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2009-08-23 Added DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constitutive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2009-07-30 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter activity
2009-07-30 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2009-07-30 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2009-07-30 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2008-03-11 Updated DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy. In high affinity transport the transporter is able to bind the solute even if it is only present at very low concentrations.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2007-07-27 Added DEFINITION Catalysis of the transfer of a solute or solutes from one side of a membrane to the other according to the reaction: glucose + H+ = glucose + H+. This activity is constituitive and therefore always present, regardless of demand. Symporter activity enables the active transport of a solute across a membrane by a mechanism whereby two or more species are transported together in the same direction in a tightly coupled process not directly linked to a form of energy other than chemiosmotic energy.
2007-07-11 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen:glucose transporter activity
2004-04-19 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2004-04-16 Deleted SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter
2001-03-30 Added SYNONYM high-affinity hydrogen/glucose transporter

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0005356 (hydrogen:glucose symporter activity)
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