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The returning materials are packaged in membranes and are transported along microtubles in a manner similar to that of the fast anterograde system except that a different motor molecule, in this case dynein, moves the membrane packages along the microtubules. The slowest (1–10 mm/day or slower) of the three transport systems is the slow axoplasmic transport system, which consists of two components: a slow system and a very slow system. The slow system carries proteins that, among other things, coat the synaptic vesicles.
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Comparative Vertebrate Neuroanatomy: Evolution and Adaptation, 2nd Edition by Ann B. Butler;William Hodos