cotransport


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cotransport

 [ko-trans´port]
linking of the transport of one substance across a membrane with the simultaneous transport of a different substance in the same direction. See also countertransport.

co·trans·port

(kō-trans'pōrt),
The transport of one substance across a membrane, coupled with the simultaneous transport of another substance across the same membrane in the same direction.

cotransport

/co·trans·port/ (ko-trans´port) linking of the transport of one substance across a membrane with the simultaneous transport of a different substance in the same direction.

co·trans·port

(kō'trans'pōrt)
The transport of one substance across a membrane, coupled with the simultaneous transport of another substance across the same membrane in the same direction.

cotransport

the simultaneous movement of two substances across a membrane. See also antiport, symport.
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