What is an example of facilitated diffusion?

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The glucose transporter that is activated by insulin (glut 4) is a prime example.
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Facilitated diffusion is a process in diffusion in which a substance that is not soluble by itself in a lipid in transported across a membrane.
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Glucose, sodium ions and choride ions are just a few examples of molecules and ions that must efficently get across the plasma membrane but to which the lipid bilayer of the membrane
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Facilitated diffusion of ions takes place through proteins,
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