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  • Dr. Mobeen Syed
  • Dr. Pei Purdom (DNP)
  • Dr. Benish Zahra
  • Dr. Iqra Batool
  • Dr. Heba Alzawahri

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Neutrophils (part 3)

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Sir, i dont understand the concept of flippase. I thought the function of flippase is to transport phosphorlipids from the outer layer of the membrane to the inner membrane. And that Floppase on the other hand has the opposite effect, so from inside to outside leaflet. 

what does it have to do with an infected cell? because as I understand it, you saying that an infected cell transports hydrophilic molecules from inside to outside ONLY when it is infected but i thought that was happening regularly when assymetry would occur?

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Dr. Mobeen Syed

Mobeen Syed M.D, MS Graduated from King Edward Medical University. Entrepreneur, Medical Educator, CEO and founder of Drbeen corp.

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