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Caption: Animation of protein translocation. Translocation is the process by which newly-created proteins (blue) are moved from the site of their creation in the cell to where they are needed. This often happens as they are being synthesised. These proteins are membrane receptors, and have been moved to the cell membrane (yellow).

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Protein translocation on a cell membrane

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