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transporter

(trans-pōr'tĕr),
The protein complex that accomplishes active transport.

transporter

A membrane protein that acts as a conduit for the passage of molecules through the membrane.
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Talking to reporter on Tuesday he said, the RTA officials have been directed to take action against transporters found involved in overcharging passengers.
Although, no increase in public transport was approved by the local transport authority, the transporters started fleecing commuters after the recent Rs3.
The RTA secretary also directed transporters to display the fare lists for every destination at their respective terminals and in the vehicles at prominent places.
The Afghan government has introduced a 50 per cent increase in taxes levied against cargo transporters from Pakistan entering Afghanistan, raising the entry tax from 2,500 Afghani to 5,000 Afghani.
Transporters involved in economic activity include farmers, livestock and poultry hauliers, and those who move horses in connection with professional riding, livery and stabling.
Traditionally, transporters in our acute care hospital were centrally located, carried beepers, spent down time in the radiology department, and reported to the Emergency Department manager.
The Transporter 15 and 30 appliances work to preserve the privacy and control of business data while offering users the same benefits and experience as public cloud solutions such as Dropbox and Box.
Many people forget that a dramatic Transporter Bridge once crossed the Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal to link Runcorn and Widnes.
The Gouaux lab's more detailed view of the dopamine transporter structure better reveals how antidepressants act on the transporters and thus do their work.
They also recommend transporters to seek justice at the Commission for the Protection of Competition.
November 20, 2012 -- Sigma-Aldrich Corporation (SIAL) announced that Sigma Life Science, its biological products and services business, launched its CompoZr Transporter Knockout human cell lines in a consumable, assay-ready plate format.
Drug transporters are increasingly being implicated as a source of drug -- drug interactions (DDIs) and potential organ-specific toxicity in humans and interactions with these membrane bound proteins are becoming increasingly important to assess during drug development as recent regulatory draft guidance reflects.

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