CLCN6 gene

Known as: CHLORIDE CHANNEL 6, Chloride Channel, Voltage-Sensitive 6 Gene, CLC6 
This gene plays a role in chloride ion transport.
National Institutes of Health

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1987-2017
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2010
2010
Members of the CLC protein family of Cl(-) channels and transporters display the remarkable ability to function as either… (More)
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2010
2010
Genetic determinants of blood pressure are poorly defined. We undertook a large-scale, gene-centric analysis to identify loci and… (More)
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2010
2010
Transport of water and electrolytes is critical for corneal clarity. Recent studies indicate another important function of… (More)
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2006
2006
ClC chloride channels (ClCs) can be classified into two groups in terms of their cellular localizations: ClCs present in the… (More)
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2000
2000
Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), a pivotal enzyme in folate metabolism, regulates the proportional distribution of… (More)
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1999
1999
The CLC family of voltage-gated chloride channels comprises nine members in mammals. CLCN6 and CLCN7 belong to a novel, poorly… (More)
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1997
1997
pICln is a protein that induces an outwardly rectifying, nucleotide-sensitive chloride current (ICln) when expressed in Xenopus… (More)
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1996
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1996
We have cloned four novel members of the CLC family of chloride channels from Arabidopsis thaliana. The four plant genes are… (More)
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1995
Highly Cited
1995
We cloned two novel members of the CLC chloride channel family from rat and human brain. ClC-6 is a 97-kDa protein, and ClC-7 a… (More)
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Highly Cited
1987
Highly Cited
1987
The structure of the wild-type c1 locus of Zea mays was determined by sequence analysis of one genomic and two cDNA clones. The… (More)
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