Trafficking Protein Gene
Definition of Trafficking Protein Gene:
Trafficking Protein Genes encode proteins involved in various cellular sorting and transport mechanisms - such as gated transport, protein translocation, and vesicular transport - whereby cellular proteins are positioned, sorted, and directed to, sequestered in, or moved from one cellular compartment to another specific correct subcellular cellular compartment for proper function. (NCI)
Trafficking Protein Gene is part of the Gene group
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