Active transporter interaction
Active transporter interaction - active transporter interaction involves temporary non covalent binding of a molecule through intermolecular physical forces of attraction with a protein that, after conformational change, moves a bound substrate across a cell membrane with (symport) or against (antiport) a concentration gradient resulting directly from the expenditure of energy.
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