Efflux

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  • tolC from JCVI: efflux ABC transporters expelled toxins from cells
  • tolC from E.coli: efflux ABC transporters expelled toxins from cells
  • efflux ABC transporter permease JVCI: The efflux ABC transporter permease encodes for a trans-membrane protein that remove substances such as toxins or waste from cells.
  • efflux ABC transporter permease JVCI: An efflux ABC transporter permease that transports toxins and drugs out of the cell.
  • efflux ABC transporter, permease protein JVCI : The efflux ABC transporter is the disposal system of the cell, transporting wastes, resources and toxins out of the cell.
  • ybba : ybba is an efflux ABC transporter permease protein of e. coli and acts as the disposal system of the cell, transporting wastes, resources and toxins out of the cell.
  • csir : csir is an ABC transporter that utilizes the energy of ATP binding and hydrolysis to transport various substrates across cellular membranes
  • ABC transporters (ATP-binding protein) : ABC transporters (ATP-binding protein) play a large role in transporting substances such as ions, amino acids, peptides, and sugars.
  • yojl : yojl play a large role in transporting substances such as ions, amino acids, peptides, and sugars.
  • TRPV4 The TRPV4 gene provides instructions for making a protein that acts as a calcium channel.