Can we consider SLC2A1 polymorphisms as a genomic diagnostic marker for cognitive problems?
Arslan, Kadir Sinan
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Glucose is the most important carbon source and energy supplier molecule for almost every cell in our body. It is very important not only for muscle cells, but also for neurons, especially the neurons of central nervous system. Its availability influences the cellular metabolism and physiological processes of the cells and tissues. Its distribution through blood and transportation from cell membrane to cells are important for aerobic capacity of the cell. All animal cells contain a plasma membrane protein involved in transporting glucose into the cell