Problem: The amino acid valine is transported into cells by a membrane protein that does not recognize any other substance. This is an example of: a. symport b. uniport c. antiport d. aquaporin

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The amino acid valine is transported into cells by a membrane protein that does not recognize any other substance. This is an example of:

a. symport

b. uniport

c. antiport

d. aquaporin

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