Mechanisms of drug transfer pharmacology

Can you name the mechanisms of drug transfer pharmacology

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in this type of passive transport, lipid-soluble drugs penetrate through phospholipids
in this type of passive transport, water soluble molecules with a small enough molecular weight pass through membrane channels
in this type of 'specialized' transport, lipid-insoluble drugs form complexes with specific carriers which allow energy for transportation from lower to higher concentration
This is specifically the carrier based transfer when considering the driving force is against the concentration gradient
the movement of water through a semipermeable membrane from a solution with a lower solute concentration to a solution with a higher solute concentration

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