lactate transmembrane transport
name: lactate transmembrane transport
Description: The directed movement of lactate across a membrane by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore. Lactate is 2-hydroxypropanoate, CH3-CHOH-COOH; L(+)-lactate is formed by anaerobic glycolysis in animal tissues, and DL-lactate is found in sour milk, molasses and certain fruit juices.
|GO:0035879||plasma membrane lactate transport|
|GO:0034220||ion transmembrane transport|