Chloride and bicarbonate have similar affinities to the intestinal anion exchanger DRA (down regulated in adenoma)

Abstract

DRA (down regulated in adenoma, SLC26A3) is an anion exchanger that mediates electroneutral NaCl absorption in the ileum and proximal colon together with NHE3 (Na/H exchanger isoform 3), and that is involved in duodenal and possibly pancreatic bicarbonate secretion. Thus, its chloride and bicarbonate affinities are important for both processes. [Cl]i and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00424-006-0049-6

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@article{Lamprecht2006ChlorideAB, title={Chloride and bicarbonate have similar affinities to the intestinal anion exchanger DRA (down regulated in adenoma)}, author={Georg Lamprecht and Julia Schaefer and Klaus Dietz and Michael Gregor}, journal={Pfl{\"{u}gers Archiv}, year={2006}, volume={452}, pages={307-315} }