J.–L. Vasseur

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Erythrocyte structure and function depend upon interactions between proteins in and associated with the membrane, centered around band 3. This protein harbours physiological removal signals and, as a main component of the links between the cytoskeleton and the lipid bilayer, plays a central role in deformability. Also, as a binding partner of hemoglo-bin(More)
A calcium dependent-chloride current (I(ni)) was recorded in Xenopus oocytes injected with total RNA from chicory leaf tissues, following depolarization from -35 to +60 mV. However, the signal transduction mechanism mediating I(ni) is unknown. The development of this current was mimicked by intracellular injection of the second messenger InsP(3) in control(More)
Xenopus oocytes were injected with total RNA from chicory leaf tissues and then examined by the voltage-clamp technique. A double-step voltage protocol was used, with an initial hyperpolarization step from the holding potential of -35 to -140 mV followed by a second depolarization step to +60 mV. Two different outward currents were observed, one(More)
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