Medical Definition of Lactose carrier protein

1. The best known example is the product of the lacY gene, coded for in the lactose operon and responsible for the uptake of lactose by E. Coli. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lactose Carrier Protein

lactoovovegetarian
lactoovovegetarians
lactoperoxidase
lactoperoxidases
lactophenol
lactoprotein
lactoproteins
lactorrhoea
lactory
lactosamine
lactoscope
lactoscopes
lactose
lactose-litmus agar
lactose carrier protein (current term)
lactose factors
lactose intolerance
lactose intolerant
lactose operon
lactose permease
lactose repressor
lactose synthase
lactoses
lactosuria
lactosyl
lactosylceramidase
lactosylceramide
lactosylceramides
lactotherapy

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