Structure and function of the ion channel ICln.

Abstract

Normal function of organs and cells is tightly linked to the cytoarchitecture. Control of the cell volume is therefore vital for the organism. A widely established strategy of cells to counteract swelling is the activation of chloride and potassium channels, which leads to a net efflux of salt followed by water - a process termed regulatory volume decrease… (More)

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@article{Frst2000StructureAF, title={Structure and function of the ion channel ICln.}, author={J. F{\"u}rst and Mamta Jakab and M. Koenig and M. Ritter and Martin Gschwentner and Jonas R. Rudzki and Johann G Danzl and M. Mayer and Carola Burtscher and Johannes M Schirmer and Bert Maier and Manfred Nairz and Sabine Chwatal and Markus Paulmichl}, journal={Cellular physiology and biochemistry : international journal of experimental cellular physiology, biochemistry, and pharmacology}, year={2000}, volume={10 5-6}, pages={329-34} }