Transporter is the membrane protein responsible for the re-uptake of a neurotransmitter after its release.

n the psychology context, a transporter refers to a person or mechanism that moves or transports something from one place to another. In the context of research or treatment, a transporter may be used to refer to a person or device that is responsible for transporting research participants or patients to and from a study or treatment setting.

Examples of transporters in the psychology context include:

  • A research assistant who is responsible for transporting research participants to and from a study location
  • A transportation service, such as a taxi or ride-sharing service, that is used to transport research participants or patients to and from a study or treatment setting
  • A device or mechanism, such as a wheelchair or gurney, that is used to transport patients or research participants who are unable to walk or ambulate on their own

Transporters may be an important part of research or treatment protocols, and they can help ensure that individuals are able to participate in studies or receive the care they need. Psychologists and other mental health professionals may work with transporters in order to facilitate the participation of individuals in research or treatment, and to ensure that they are able to access the care they need in a safe and efficient manner.


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