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The renal physiology of pendrin (SLC26A4) and its role in hypertension" ... The epithelial anion transporter pendrin is induced by allergy and rhinovirus ...

Multidisciplinary Collaborations Lead to Successful Genetic Research ...

Now that pendrin has been identified as a chloride-iodide transporter with a ... Pendrin's role in congenital deafness is still unclear. ...

Free radical stress-mediated loss of Kcnj10 protein expression in stria ...

Loss of pendrin causes deafness via a loss of the K+ channel Kcnj10 in stria ... Pendrin and Kcnj10 are expressed in different cell types. ...

Reduced ENaC protein abundance contributes to the lower blood pressure ...

Pendrin (encoded by Pds, Slc26a4) is a Cl–/HCO3– exchanger expressed in the ... Most likely, pendrin-mediated renal Cl– absorption expands vascular volume, ...

A novel mutation in the pendrin gene associated with Pendred's syndrome.

It is caused by mutations in the pendrin (PDS) gene, a 21 exon gene located on ... We have identified a novel mutation in the pendrin gene causing Pendred's ...

Thiocyanate Transport in Resting and IL-4-Stimulated Human Bronchial ...

The plasmid vector carrying pendrin-coding sequence and neomycin-resistance gene ... Activity in cells transfected with pendrin was compared with that in null cells ...
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