The SLC26 gene family of anion transporters and channels.
Boston, United States. In Mol Aspects Med, 2013
Additional disease phenotypes evident only in mouse knockout models include oxalate urolithiasis for Slc26a6 and Slc26a1, non-syndromic deafness for Slc26a5, gastric hypochlorhydria for Slc26a7 and Slc26a9, distal renal tubular acidosis for Slc26a7, and male infertility for Slc26a8.
Septins at the annulus of mammalian sperm.
Paris, France. In Biol Chem, 2011
A septin complex is assembled early in spermiogenesis with the cochaperone DNAJB13 and, in mature sperm, associates with Testis Anion Transporter 1; SLC26A8 (Tat1), a transmembrane protein of the SLC26 family.
Absence of annulus in human asthenozoospermia: case report.
Paris, France. In Hum Reprod, 2009
structural defects in sperm are not caused by abnormal transcription or point mutations of the TAT1 and SEPT4 genes; however, although both proteins are expressed, they are not properly localized at sperm annulus
The SLC16 monocaboxylate transporter family.
Oxford, United Kingdom. In Xenobiotica, 2008
2. Of the other members of the MCT family, MCT8 (a thyroid hormone transporter) and TAT1 (an aromatic amino acid transporter) have been characterized more recently, and their physiological roles are reviewed herein.
In Science, 1987
In the Technical Comment "Trans-activator gene of HTLV-II: Interpretation" by W. C. Greene et al. (27 Feb., p. 1073), the third-from-the-last sentence should have read, "In addition, using Jurkat or other T-cell lines, Inoue and colleagues (2) and Maruyama et al. (3) have described activation of both the IL-2 receptor and IL-2 genes by the tat-I gene isolated from HTLV-I, which shares similar structural and functional properties with the tat-II gene."