Research Area

Transport Proteins
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 Transport Proteins

Transport proteins are a large class of membrane proteins that mediate the exchange of chemicals and signals between the inside and outside of biological membranes. The lipid bilayer forms a hydrophobic barrier around a cell or organelle, isolating it from its surroundings. Although some small molecules can penetrate directly through the membrane, most hydrophilic compounds such as sugars, amino acids, ions, drugs, etc., require the assistance of specific transporter proteins to pass through the hydrophobic barrier. Thus, transporters play an important role in a wide range of cellular activities such as nutrient uptake, metabolite release, and signal transduction.

 

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