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Caption: Cell transports molecule out of cytoplasm using vesicular cell transport. Vesicular transport, which requires large amounts of cellular energy, enables molecular cargo to move into or out of cells without actually crossing the cell membrane. A vesicle is a small, membrane-enclosed sack that can store, transport or digest cellular products and waste. The membrane enclosing the vesicle is similar to the membrane surrounding the cell. As part of the vesicular transport process, the two membranes fuse.

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Keywords: cell, cell membrane, cytoplasm, interstitial fluid, intracellular fluid, molecule, vesicle, vesicular transport

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Vesicular cell transport

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