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Membrane Transport in Cells Symport, Antiport and Cotransport (Animation)
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Video is an animated explanation of Cotransport mechanism. Co transport is the name of a process in which two substances are simultaneously transported across a membrane by one protein, or protein complex which does not have ATPase activity. When both substances are transported in the same direction the transport protein is known as a symport .
CELL MEMBRANE: ANTIPORT CHANNELS
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