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Transporter and Transport Proteins Types – Biological Membranes

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Transporter and Transport Proteins Types – Biological Membranes by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Biochemistry: Basics.


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    1. They are used to create ATP as a result of the ion gradients they create
    2. Do not change the charge across a membrane as a result of their actions
    3. Are always uniports
    4. Always involve sodium
    1. The SGLT (sodium-glucose linked transporter) is an example of an antiporter pump
    2. The antiporter moves the two or more different molecules or ions in opposite directions across the cell membrane
    3. The Na+/H+ pump is an example of cotransporter and antiporter involved in secondary active transport
    4. The symporter moves the ions or molecules in the same direction across the cell membrane
    5. The ion channels are the pore-forming membrane proteins that allow the movement of ions across the cell membrane and help in the establishment of a resting potential

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     Kevin Ahern, PhD

    Kevin Ahern, PhD


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