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can any body tell me properly that which glucose transporter is present in kidney tubules and GIT out of five glucose transporter?
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GLUT 2 in kidney and small intestines
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GLUT 2 in kidney and small intestines
As I know glucose and galactose are taken up by SGLT1 ( Na+ depedent cotransport) from intestinal lumen into the cells. and then are transported from cell to blood by facilitated diffusion with GLUT2.
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