Pflügers Archiv

, Volume 448, Issue 2, pp 259–260 | Cite as

The SLC2 family of facilitated hexose and polyol transporters

Erratum

Pflugers Arch - Eur J Physiol (2004) 447:480–489

Owing to an unfortunate oversight, Table 1 did not appear in either the online or the printed version.
Table 1

SLC2 – The GLUT family

Human Gene

Name

Protein

Name

Aliases

Predominant Substrates

Transport type / Coupling ions *)

Tissue distribution and cellular / subcellular expression

Link to disease #)

Human gene locus

Sequence

Accession

ID

Splice variants and their specific features

SLC2A1

GLUT1

Glucose,

Galactose,

Mannose,

Glucosamine

F

Erythrocytes, brain, blood brain barrier,

Blood-tissue barrier

developmental delay, acquired microcephaly, hypotonia

1p35–31.3

K03195

SLC2A2

GLUT2

Glucose,

Galactose,

Fructose,

Mannose,

Glucosamine

F

Liver, islet of Langerhans, intestine, kidney, brain

Fanconi-Bickel syndrome

3q26.2–27

J03810

SLC2A3

GLUT3

Glucose,

Galactose,

Mannose,

Xylose

F

Brain (neurons), testis

12p13.3

NM_006931

SLC2A4

GLUT4

Glucose,

Glucosamine

F

Adipose tissue (white and brown), skeletal and cardiac muscle

17p13

M20747

SLC2A5

GLUT5

Fructose

F

Small intestine, kidney

1p36.2

J05461

SLC2A6

GLUT6

GLUT9

Glucose

F

Brain, spleen, leucocytes

9q34

Y17803

SLC2A7

GLUT7

O

1p36.2

SLC2A8

GLUT8

GLUTX1

Glucose,

Fructose,

Galactose

F

Testis, brain, adrenal gland, liver, spleen, brown adipose tissue, lung

9

Y17801

SLC2A9

GLUT9

GLUTX

O

Kidney, liver, small intestine, placenta, lung and leucocytes

4p15.3–16

AF210317

SLC2A10

GLUT10

Glucose,

Galactose

F

Heart, lung, brain, liver, skeletal muscle, pancreas, placenta and kideny

20q12–13.1

AF321240

SLC2A11

GLUT11

GLUT10

Glucose,

Fructose

F

Heart, muscle

22q11.2

AJ271290

3 splice variants

SLC2A12

GLUT12

O

Heart, prostate, skeletal muscle

6q23.2

NM_145176

SLC2A13

HMIT

GLUT13

Myo-inositol

C

Brain, adipose tissue

12q11.23

AJ315644

SLC2A14

GLUT14

O

Testis

12p13.3

NP_703150

2 splice variants

*)C: Cotransporter; E: Exchanger; F: Facilitated transporter; O: Orphan transporter

#)A: Acquired defect; G: Genetic defect; P: Pseudogene

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Pharmacology and ToxicologyUniversity of LausanneLausanneSwitzerland

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