Navigation Links
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.


'"/>


(Date:1/25/2019)... (PRWEB) , ... January 24, 2019 , ... ... the results of its 2019 Association Industry Survey. The report indicates membership growth ... email between mid-November to early December 2018, received responses from over 500 association ...
(Date:1/21/2019)... ... January 20, 2019 , ... Energetiq Technology, a world ... Hamamatsu Photonics, at the SPIE BIOS and SPIE Photonics West events taking place in ... be in booth #8526 at Bios and in booth #941 at Photonics West. There ...
(Date:1/20/2019)... ... January 16, 2019 , ... January has been a record-breaking month so ... only has the company already hosted several of its signature cooking classes and team-building ... Janssen Pharmaceuticals, later this month. , Since 2008, Lajollacooks4u’s team-building events have been ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):
Other biology definition