|Name:||solute carrier family 16 (monocarboxylic acid transporters), member 2 (putative transporter)|
|PubMed (7981683):|| Lafreniere RG, Carrel L, Willard HF. A novel transmembrane transporter encoded by the XPCT gene in Xq13.2.Hum Mol Genet. 1994 Jul;3(7):1133-9. PMID: 7981683 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]|
To study the regulation and chromosomal basis of X chromosome inactivation, we have physically characterized the region in Xq13.2 known to contain the X inactivation center (XIC), a locus required in cis for inactivation to occur. Here, we report a novel gene isolated by positional cloning in this region. The gene (previously identified as DXS128E) encodes a predicted 67 kDa protein containing twelve hydrophobic transmembrane domains, characteristic of a family of transporter proteins. Presence of an N-terminal PEST domain, consisting mainly of proline/glutamic acid repeats, suggests that the protein may be rapidly or conditionally degraded. We designate this gene XPCT for X-linked PEST-containing transporter. Expression studies suggest that XPCT is subject to X chromosome inactivation, being expressed only from the active X, despite mapping within 600 kb of the XIST gene which is expressed exclusively from the inactive X. Thus, a chromosomal switch in inactivation pattern occurs between these two genes on the X chromosome.
>sp|P36021|MOT8_HUMAN Monocarboxylate transporter 8 OS=Homo sapiens GN=SLC16A2 PE=1 SV=2 MALQSQASEEAKGPWQEADQEQQEPVGSPEPESEPEPEPEPEPVPVPPPEPQPEPQPLPDPAPLPELEFESERVHEPEPT PTVETRGTARGFQPPEGGFGWVVVFAATWCNGSIFGIHNSVGILYSMLLEEEKEKNRQVEFQAAWVGALAMGMIFFCSPI VSIFTDRLGCRITATAGAAVAFIGLHTSSFTSSLSLRYFTYGILFGCGCSFAFQPSLVILGHYFQRRLGLANGVVSAGSS IFSMSFPFLIRMLGDKIKLAQTFQVLSTFMFVLMLLSLTYRPLLPSSQDTPSKRGVRTLHQRFLAQLRKYFNMRVFRQRT YRIWAFGIAAAALGYFVPYVHLMKYVEEEFSEIKETWVLLVCIGATSGLGRLVSGHISDSIPGLKKIYLQVLSFLLLGLM SMMIPLCRDFGGLIVVCLFLGLCDGFFITIMAPIAFELVGPMQASQAIGYLLGMMALPMIAGPPIAGLLRNCFGDYHVAF YFAGVPPIIGAVILFFVPLMHQRMFKKEQRDSSKDKMLAPDPDPNGELLPGSPNPEEPI