Membrane trafficking is the process by which proteins and other macromolecules are distributed throughout the cell, and released to or internalised from the extracellular space. Membrane trafficking uses membrane-bound vesicles as transport intermediaries. Cargo molecules are enclosed within or associate with the membrane of these vesicles.
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