ICln: a new regulator of non-erythroid 4.1R localisation and function.
Milano, Italy. In Plos One, 2013
We studied the interaction between two potential hub proteins, ICln and 4.1R (in the form of its two splicing variants 4.1R80 and 4.1R135), which are involved in such crucial cell functions as proliferation, RNA processing, cytoskeleton organisation and volume regulation.
The ICln interactome.
Innsbruck, Austria. In Acta Physiol (oxf), 2006
Here, we describe the present knowledge of the ICln interactome.
Molecular identification of a volume-regulated chloride channel.
Reno, United States. In Nature, 1997
Although three putative chloride channel proteins expressed from cloned genes (P-glycoprotein, pICln and ClC-2 ) have been proposed to be the molecular equivalent of ICl.vol, neither P-glycoprotein nor pICln is thought to be a chloride channel or part thereof, and the properties of expressed ClC-2 channels differ from native ICl.vol.