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(cell and molecular biology)
The simultaneous transport of two substrates across a cell membrane, either in the same direction (symport) or in opposite directions (antiport).
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Phosphate exit probably occurs via [Na.sup.+] co-transport
and an anion-exchange mechanism, in addition to passive diffusion along its electrochemical gradient.
MONTREAL--QID Marketing, an offshoot of the Quebec Furniture Manufacturers Association (QFMA), launched the Co-Transport
project last month to assist Quebec manufacturers in exporting their products to the U.S.