Explain the sodium-glucose co-transporter, Biology

Which of the following is true for the sodium-glucose co-transporter?

A. The net flux of sodium ions is from a region of high sodium ion concentration to a region of low sodium ion concentration.

B. The spanning protein responsible for the secondary active cotransport is an ATPase, that is, it directly breaks down ATP.

C. The net flux of glucose is from a region of low glucose concentration to a region of high glucose concentration.

 

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