Vesicular transport protein

Vesicular transport protein

A vesicular transport protein is a membrane protein which use vesicles to move the contents of the cell.

Examples include:
* Archain
* Clathrin
* Caveolin
* Dynamin
* SNARE (protein)
* Synaptotagmin

ee also

* Membrane transport protein

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