Philip G Woost

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BACKGROUND CLIC1 is a chloride channel whose cellular role remains uncertain. The distribution of CLIC1 in normal tissues is largely unknown and conflicting data have been reported regarding the cellular membrane fraction in which CLIC1 resides. RESULTS New antisera to CLIC1 were generated and were found to be sensitive and specific for detecting this(More)
Cellular localization and trafficking of the major angiotensin receptor, AT1, was studied in mouse proximal tubule cell lines because angiotensin II concentrations in the luminal fluid of proximal tubules are greater than the K(d) of the receptor and would predict high turnover rates of the receptor. Mouse proximal tubule cells can exist in 2 polarized,(More)
Highly purified lysosomes, rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum, and Golgi apparatus, as well as microvillus plasma membranes, bound 125I-labelled epidermal growth factor ([125I]EGF) with similar affinity. Scatchard plots for all the organelles were curvilinear. The apparent number of available binding sites per mg protein of intracellular organelles was(More)
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