What is an extracellular enzyme?
Exocytosis is a cellular pathway used to transport materials such as proteins and neurotransmitters outside a cell. Exocytosis is an active transport mechanism and therefore requires cellular energy. The counterpart of exocytosis is endocytosis; both involve the transport of materials in small membranous vesicles (endo = into the cell, exo = out of the cell).
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An extracellular enzyme, also known as an exoenzyme, is an enzyme that is first manufactured inside a cell and released into the extracellular space....
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Understand what digestion is by learning its formal definition. Also learn about intracellular and extracellular digestion with types, functions, and examples.