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2-keto-3-deoxygluconate transmembrane transport 
3-hydroxyphenylpropionic acid transmembrane transport 
4-hydroxyphenylacetate transport 
5-aminolevulinic acid import across plasma membrane  
abscisic acid transport 
acetate transport +   
acylglycerol transport +   
aldonate transmembrane transport +   
allantoate transport 
benzoate transport 
bile acid and bile salt transport +   
bile acid secretion +   
biotin transport +   
ceramide transport +   
creatine transmembrane transport  
dethiobiotin import across plasma membrane 
ectoine transmembrane transport 
fatty acid derivative transport +   
fatty acid transport +   
The directed movement of fatty acids into, out of or within a cell, or between cells, by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore. Fatty acids are aliphatic monocarboxylic acids liberated from naturally occurring fats and oils by hydrolysis.
formate transport +   
glycolate transport +  
glycolipid transport +   
hydroxyectoine transmembrane transport 
intermembrane lipid transfer +   
intracellular lipid transport +   
isoprenoid transport +   
isopropylmalate transport +  
lactate transport +   
lipid antigen transport 
lipid export from cell +   
lipid hydroperoxide transport  
lipid import into cell +   
lipid translocation +   
lipid transport across blood-brain barrier +   
lipid transport involved in lipid storage +   
lipopolysaccharide transport  
negative regulation of lipid transport +   
nicotinate transport  
pantothenate transmembrane transport +   
phosphoenolpyruvate transport +   
phospholipid transport +   
polymyxin transport 
positive regulation of lipid transport +   
pyruvate transport +   
regulation of lipid transport +   
shikimate transmembrane transport 
sphingoid long-chain base transport 
sterol transport +   
uronic acid transmembrane transport +   

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Definition Sources: GOC:ai

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