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Transport protein


A transport protein is a protein involved in facilitated diffusion. Changes in the conformation move the binding site to the opposite side of the protein.

There are 3 types of transport proteins, uniporter, symporter/coporter, and antiporter, which facilitate different modes of transport.


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