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Endosomal

Definition

adjectives
en·do·somal, ˈəndoˌsoʊm əl
(cell biology) Of, pertaining to, relating to, or characterized by endosome, i.e. a membrane-bound cytoplasmic structure through which molecules that are endocytosed pass en route to the lysosome

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