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Sodium-coupled phosphate cotransporters

Phosphorus is an essential element that is critical for structural and metabolic roles in all living organisms. Cells obtain phosphorus in the form of negatively-charged inorganic phosphate (Pi). Two SLC families transport phosphate in mammals; SLC34 (Murer H et al, 2004) and SLC20 (Collins JF et al, 2004). Both are secondary-active, Na+-coupled transporter systems which use the inward Na+ gradient (from the Na+-K+-ATPase) to drive phosphate influx into cells (Virkki LV et al, 2007).

from REACTOME source record: R-HSA-427652
Type: pathway
Taxonomic scope
organism-specific biosystem
Homo sapiens

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