The process of exocytosis may move macormolecules for various purposes.
All of these materials are moved by the process of exocytosis from the inside of the cell to the cell membrane, where they fuse and then are able to be transported outside.
The function of the angakkuq has largely disappeared in Christianized Inuit society.
Exocytosis is a fusion process, involving the sequential formation of membrane-bounded vesicles with the cellular product and then fusion of this membrane-bound vesicle with the cell membrane.
Exocytosis in neuronal chemical synapses is Ca2+ triggered and serves interneuronal signaling.
Exocytosis is a means, involving vesicular transport, for macromolecules produced by the cell to move to where to where they are needed outside of the cell.