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The ambiguous terminology, transport system /or acidic amino acids, should be dropped in favor of transport system for anionic amino acids. IV. Recognition of Overlapping Systems for Neutral Amino Acid Transport I want briefly to summarize here the history of the experimental recognition of several different transport systems for the neutral amino acids, even though I have already touched on some of the results of such demonstrations. Microbiologists of the mid-fifties rather suddenly came to believe in specific membrane transport, and their prejudice was at first for a specific system for each amino acid, each sugar, and so forth.
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The amino acids of the blood appear therefore to be in equilibrium with those of the tissues . ” Despite this wording, active transport was, in keeping with the times, not one of the two possible explanations (adsorption, binding by proteins) that these authors considered. In any case, these results carried a message of great metabolic significance. When I first encountered them a quarter century later, this behavior seemed to me almost certainly to be due to active transport. By that time the importance of active transport in other functions of the higher animal (although not in bacteria) was sufficiently recognized to allow that interpretation.