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acriflavine transport (GO:0015894)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
2-aminoethylphosphonate transport 
3-hydroxyphenylpropionic acid transmembrane transport 
acetylcholine transport +   
acridine transport 
acriflavine transport 
The directed movement of acriflavine into, out of or within a cell, or between cells, by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore. Acriflavine is a fluorescent dye used as a local antiseptic and also as a biological stain. It intercalates into nucleic acids thereby inhibiting bacterial and viral replication.
alkanesulfonate transport +   
amiloride transport  
AMP transport  
benomyl transport +  
benzoate transport 
cadaverine transport 
chloride transmembrane transport  
choline transport  
chrysobactin transport 
daunorubicin transport  
doxorubicin transport  
ethanolamine transport 
methylammonium transport +  
nalidixic acid transport 
negative regulation of chloride transport +   
octopamine secretion +  
primary amine secretion +  
putrescine transport 
pyridoxal transport +  
pyridoxamine transport +  
quaternary ammonium group transport +   
regulation of chloride transport +   
serotonin transport +   
sodium-dependent organic cation transport  
spermidine transport +  
sphingoid long-chain base transport 
thiamine pyrophosphate transmembrane transport +   
transepithelial chloride transport  
xenobiotic detoxification by transmembrane export across the cell outer membrane 
xenobiotic detoxification by transmembrane export across the plasma membrane +   
xenobiotic transport across blood-brain barrier  
xenobiotic transport across blood-nerve barrier  

Related Synonyms: acriflavin transport
Definition Sources: GOC:curators, PubChem_Compound:6842

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