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Net flux represents the amount of substance moved in or out of the cell. It is the mathematical difference between influx and efflux.
Net flux = Influx − Efflux
Similar to influx and efflux, net flux is reported as a rate. It is the net amount of substance that moves through a given area of the plasma membrane per unit time.
Related glossary terms/phrases:FluxInfluxEffluxUnidirectional flux
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