Two members of the Arabidopsis CLC (chloride channel) family, AtCLCe and AtCLCf, are associated with thylakoid and Golgi membranes, respectively.

@article{Marmagne2007TwoMO,
  title={Two members of the Arabidopsis CLC (chloride channel) family, AtCLCe and AtCLCf, are associated with thylakoid and Golgi membranes, respectively.},
  author={Anne Marmagne and Marion Vinauger-Douard and Dario Monachello and And{\'e}ol Falcon de Longevialle and C{\'e}line Charon and Mich{\`e}le Allot and Fabrice Rappaport and Francis-Andr{\'e} Wollman and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Barbier-Brygoo and Genevi{\`e}ve Ephritikhine},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2007},
  volume={58 12},
  pages={3385-93}
}
Though numerous pieces of evidence point to major physiological roles for anion channels in plants, progress in the understanding of their biological functions is limited by the small number of genes identified so far. Seven chloride channel (CLC) members could be identified in the Arabidopsis genome, amongst which AtCLCe and AtCLCf are both more closely related to bacterial CLCs than the other plant CLCs. It is shown here that AtCLCe is targeted to the thylakoid membranes in chloroplasts and… CONTINUE READING

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