endocytose

[en-doh-sahy-tohs, -tohz]
verb (used without object), en·do·cy·tosed, en·do·cy·tos·ing. Physiology.
  1. (of a cell) to take within by the process of endocytosis.

Origin of endocytose

First recorded in 1970–75; back formation from endocytosis
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