Sulfate is exported to the cytosol in exchange for dicarboxylate

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R-HSA-1614546
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Homo sapiens
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Sulfate leaves the mitochondrion with the help of the dicarboxylate carrier, via antiport with malate (Crompton et al. 1974, Fiemont et al. 1999)

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
10585886 Organization and sequence of the gene for the human mitochondrial dicarboxylate carrier: evolution of the carrier family

Fiermonte, G, Dolce, V, Arrigoni, R, Walker, JE, Runswick, MJ, Palmieri, F

Biochem J 1999
4441366 The transport of sulphate and sulphite in rat liver mitochondria

Capano, M, Quagliariello, E, Palmieri, F, Crompton, M

Biochem J 1974
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dicarboxylic acid transmembrane transporter activity of SLC25A10 [mitochondrial inner membrane]

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