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CLCN1  -  chloride channel, voltage-sensitive 1

Canis lupus familiaris

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  • In particular, a potassium and a chloride channel appeared in the recordings more frequently than other channels, and this allowed a more detailed study of their properties in the inside-out configuration of the patch-clamp technique [15].
  • RESULTS: Enzyme digestion of PCR products of the normal CIC-1 allele resulted in 3 fragments of 175, 135, and 30 bp, whereas PCR products of the mutant allele resulted in fragments of only 175 and 165 bp [2].


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