antiporter

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antiporter

[an·tē′pȯrd·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
A channel protein that simultaneously or sequentially transports two different types of substrates across a cell membrane, one into the cell (for example sodium ion) and one out of the cell (for example calcium ion).
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12m layer for those treatments and, therefore, did not counteract the alkalinity of antiport uptake of leached N[O.
Salt tolerance conferred by overexpression of a vacuolar Na/H antiport in Arabidopsis.
drought [83], sequestration of heavy metals through metal-proton antiport systems [85] and chilling stress [86].