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Antibodies and Acidic Environment Do Not Enhance HIV-1 Transcytosis

Morphological Evidence of an Altered Process of Synaptic Transcytosis in Adult Rats Exposed to Ethanol

Transcytosis of Streptococcus iniae through skin epithelial barriers: an in vitro study

IgG transcytosis is accelerated but its pathway is not disrupted by Brefeldin-A

A novel assay uncovers an unexpected role for SR-BI in LDL transcytosis

Cellular and Molecular Requirements for Polar PIN Targeting and Transcytosis in Plants

SCDT-35. UNDERSTANDING TRANSCYTOSIS OF IRON ACROSS THE BBB AS A MODEL FOR DRUG DELIVERY

Infectious Human Immunodeficiency Virus Can Rapidly Penetrate a Tight Human Epithelial Barrier by Transcytosis in a Process Impaired by Mucosal Immunoglobulins

Enhanced In Vitro Transcytosis of Simian Immunodeficiency Virus Mediated by Vaccine-Induced Antibody Predicts Transmitted/Founder Strain Number After Rectal Challenge

Oral and pulmonary delivery of FSH–Fc fusion proteins via neonatal Fc receptor-mediated transcytosis

In vivo stimulation of polymeric Ig receptor transcytosis by circulating polymeric IgA in rat liver.

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate Regulates HIV-1 Uptake and Transcytosis but Not Replication in Primary Genital Epithelial Cells, Resulting in Enhanced T-Cell Infection

Cervicovaginal Secretory Antibodies to Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (HIV-1) that Block Viral Transcytosis through Tight Epithelial Barriers in Highly Exposed HIV-1–Seronegative African Women

P049 Investigation into the binding affinity of certolizumab pegol to FcRn and functional consequences for FcRn-mediated transcytosis: comparison to infliximab, adalimumab and etanercept

 

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The transport of material across an epithelium by uptake into a coated vesicle, and release on the opposite face. The material remains enclosed within a vesicle. There have been suggestions that there is actually a transepithelial pore, but this is disputed.

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