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E. hydrophobicity and acidity, and lack of molecular structure requirement [68, 69]. The molecular biology of the OAT transporter family Several isoforms of OAT1 (rat, human, mice OAT1) have been cloned and their functional properties examined in different cultured cell systems and Xenopus oocytes. Detailed molecular structures and functional characteristics have been recently reviewed [29, 38, 39] (Figure 5). OAT1 belongs to a subgroup of a newly identified transporter family, the organic ion transporter family, which comprises other OAT isoforms, OAT2, and OAT3.
Because probenecid, PGE2 and methotrexate are secreted in human and rat, this lack of transport suggests that other OAT isoforms or transport proteins are involved in their secretion. Recently, OAT2 and OAT3, two OAT1 isoforms, have been identified. OAT2 mRNA is predominantly expressed in the liver, and weakly in the kidney. In contrast OAT3 mRNA is expressed in the kidney, as well as in the liver and the brain [80a]. The substrate spectrum of OAT2 and OAT3 is diverse like that of OAT1 , but in contrast to OAT1, transport is not dependent on α-ketoglutarate, and a concentration gradient is sufficient to allow transport.