A review of the analysis of a variety of transport systems from bacteria and eukaryotic cells. The different classes of transport systems are presented: primary transport; secondary transport; phosphotransferase systems; channels and porines; and macromolecular transport. Within each class of transporters, several systems are covered by experts in the field, resulting in a broad overview of transport processes in biological cells. This allows the differences in the mechanisms used for translocation be become evident, as well as revealing features common to the different transport systems.
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