NaCl flux between apical and basolateral side recruits claudin-1 to tight junction strands and regulates paracellular transport.

@article{Tokuda2010NaClFB,
  title={NaCl flux between apical and basolateral side recruits claudin-1 to tight junction strands and regulates paracellular transport.},
  author={Shinsaku Tokuda and H. Miyazaki and K. Nakajima and Toshiki Yamada and Y. Marunaka},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={2010},
  volume={393 3},
  pages={
          390-6
        }
}
In multicellular organisms, epithelia separate and divide the internal environment maintaining appropriate conditions in each compartment. [...] Key Result NaCl flux from apical to basolateral side increased paracellular conductance (Gp) and recruited claudin-1 from lateral cell membrane to the apical end with the colocalization with occludin, one of the TJ proteins concentrated at TJ strands.Expand
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