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In excotysosis secretory vesicles release their content and the lipids fuse with the membrane.
What is the secretion in which loose proteins fuse with the membrane and bud-off forming vesicles FROM membrane lipid? Thanks

An example is when the influenza virus leaves the cell following replication
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Endocytosis
but that takes stuff IN to the cell, no? I am looking for a process that RELEASES
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There is no name for the virus thing as far as I know. But I think what you are looking for is Apocrine Secretion.
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What board are you on?

All I know is that exocytosis is the process of transportation in which the secretory vesicles (containing whatever) fuse with the membrane to leave the cell.
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What board are you on?

All I know is that exocytosis is the process of transportation in which the secretory vesicles (containing whatever) fuse with the membrane to leave the cell.
Just a little extra for interest
thanks...I think apocrine secretion is what I was looking for anyway
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Just a little extra for interest
thanks...I think apocrine secretion is what I was looking for anyway
Thank God... You didn't half scare me there
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Thank God... You didn't half scare me there
sorry about that...but thanks
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In excotysosis secretory vesicles release their content and the lipids fuse with the membrane.
What is the secretion in which loose proteins fuse with the membrane and bud-off forming vesicles FROM membrane lipid? Thanks

An example is when the influenza virus leaves the cell following replication
With regards to a virus, it is simply called budding
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