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The GLUT5 membrane transporter is a protein that transports fructose into cells in many areas of the body, including: skeletal muscle, kidney, fat tissue, brain, testis and intestine. The fructose taken up these cells can be used in glycolysis.
- ↑ Douard V., Ferraris RP. (2008) "Regulation of the fructose transporter GLUT5 in health and disease" American journal of physiology, Endocrinology and metabolism 2:E227-37
- ↑ Hundal HS., Darakhshan F., Kristiansen S., Blakemore SJ., Richter EA. (1998) "GLUT5 expression and fructose transport in human skeletal muscle" Advances in experimental medicine and biology 441:35-45