Tyrosine kinase inhibition affects skate anion exchanger isoform I alterations after volume expansion.


Upon exposure to hypotonic medium, skate red blood cells swell and then reduce their volume by releasing organic osmolytes and associated water. The regulatory volume decrease is inhibited by stilbenes and anion exchange inhibitors, suggesting involvement of the red blood cell anion exchanger skAE1. To determine the role of tyrosine phosphorylation, red… (More)

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