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Active transport across Cell Membrane 

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Cell Membrane Structure

medical illustration of Active transport through the cell membrane requires energy, usually in the form of ATP.
3D and vector diagram created for educational, biological and scientific use.

(Metabolism, Human cell, Amino acids, Protein, Enzyme, Molecule, Calcium, Sodium, Potassium, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Blood plasma, Diabetes, Insulin.

Biomedical, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Healthcare, Medicine, Microbiology, Chemistry, Molecular).
Next medical illustration of the ATP molecule splits off one of its three phosphates, becoming ADP. The energy holding that phosphate molecule is now released and available to work for the cell.
Vector diagram created for educational, biological and scientific use.
Formula, Atom, Energy.

ATP ADP cycle

Active transport through the cell membrane requires energy, usually in the form of ATP. 3D and vector diagram created for educational, biological and scientific use. (Metabolism, Human cell, Amino acids, Protein, Enzyme, Molecule, Calcium, Sodium, Potassium, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Blood plasma, Diabetes, Insulin. Biomedical, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Healthcare, Medicine, Microbiology, Chemistry, Molecular).

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