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CLC-C  -  chloride channel protein CLC-c

Arabidopsis thaliana

Synonyms: ATCLC-C, CHLORIDE CHANNEL C, K9P8.3, K9P8_3, chloride channel C
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High impact information on CLC-C

  • These and published results suggest that multiple genes affect nitrate concentrations in plants and that AtCLC-c and other members of the AtCLC gene family play some role in this [1].
  • In wild-type plants, expression of AtCLC-c was down-regulated in the presence of nitrate, but ammonium had a much smaller effect while chloride and sulphate did not affect expression [1].
  • Quantitative trait loci analysis of nitrate storage in Arabidopsis leading to an investigation of the contribution of the anion channel gene, AtCLC-c, to variation in nitrate levels [1].


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