Katherine Hill-Harfe

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Ca(2+)-activated Cl(-) channels (CaCCs) are critical to processes such as epithelial transport, membrane excitability, and signal transduction. Anoctamin, or TMEM16, is a family of 10 mammalian transmembrane proteins, 2 of which were recently shown to function as CaCCs. The functions of other family members have not been firmly established, and almost(More)
29 Ca 2+-activated Cl-channels (CaCCs) are critical to processes such as epithelial transport, 30 membrane excitability, and signal transduction. Anoctamin, or TMEM16, is a family of ten 31 mammalian transmembrane proteins, two of which were recently shown to function as CaCCs. 32 The functions of other family members have not been firmly established and(More)
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