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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
acridine transmembrane transporter activity 
active ion transmembrane transporter activity +   
alkane transmembrane transporter activity 
aluminum ion transmembrane transporter activity 
anion transmembrane transporter activity +   
arsenate ion transmembrane transporter activity +  
ATPase-coupled ion transmembrane transporter activity +   
bicarbonate transmembrane transporter activity +   
carboxylic acid transmembrane transporter activity +   
cation transmembrane transporter activity +   
channel-forming ionophore activity 
chromium ion transmembrane transporter activity  
cyanate transmembrane transporter activity +  
gated channel activity +   
glycerol channel activity  
holin activity +  
inorganic anion transmembrane transporter activity +   
inorganic cation transmembrane transporter activity +   
inorganic phosphate transmembrane transporter activity +   
ion channel activity +   
Enables the facilitated diffusion of an ion (by an energy-independent process) by passage through a transmembrane aqueous pore or channel without evidence for a carrier-mediated mechanism. May be either selective (it enables passage of a specific ion only) or non-selective (it enables passage of two or more ions of same charge but different size).
ion gated channel activity +   
lead ion transmembrane transporter activity  
narrow pore channel activity +   
nitric oxide transmembrane transporter activity  
organic hydroxy compound transmembrane transporter activity +   
propanediol channel activity 
urea channel activity  
water channel activity  
water transmembrane transporter activity +   
wide pore channel activity +   

Synonyms
Xrefs: MIPS_funcat:20.03.01.01
Definition Sources: GOC:cy, GOC:mtg_transport, GOC:pr, ISBN:0815340729

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