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BIO503

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directory direct traffic
Three types of transporter proteins are active
Transport:
Uniforms move in one direction.

For
For example, a calcium-binding protein found in plasma
membrane and endoplasmic reticulum of many cells
Ca2+ is actively distributed to areas of high concentration outside the cell or within the ER.
Simboards run in the same direction on both sides.

For
For example, getting amino acids from the gut to the intestine
Its cell lines require binding together
Na + and an amino acid in the same transporter protein.
Antibodies move the two solutions in opposite directions, one
one in the cell and the other outside the cell. for example,
Many cells already have a “sodium-potassium pump”.

Move Na+ and K+ from the cell towards it.
Simport and antiform are called joint transporters because they exchange two solutions simultaneously.

 

 

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