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Chloride channels

1. Chloride channels, voltage-sensitive
 
2. Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulators  
For all Ion channels, see our Ion channels page  
3. Calcium activated chloride channels (CaCC)
 
3.1 Anoctamins 
 
3.2 Bestrophins
 
4. Chloride intracelluar channels  specialist advisor

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Chloride channels, voltage-sensitive :

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  Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulators :

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Calcium activated chloride channels 

Anoctamins :  Some members of this family have been shown to support CaCC activity.

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Bestrophins :  These genes are putative calcium-activated chloride channels.

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Chloride intracelluar channels :

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