Blockers

Voltage-Gated Cl- Channels

Blockers

CLC channels are often subdivided based on their subcellular location: channels that are expressed at the plasma membrane (CLC-1, CLC-2, CLC-Ka and CLC-Kb) and channels that are located in intracellular organelles (CLC-3 to CLC-7). Strong evidence suggest that at least CLC-4, CLC-5 and CLC-7 function as Cl/H+ antiporters, that couple Cl influx to H+ efflux.

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  • Chlorotoxin

    An Inhibitor of Chloride Channels

    Cat # RTC-450
    Source Recombinant, E. coli
    MW 3996 Da.
    Target Chloride channels
  • Chlorotoxin

    An Inhibitor of Chloride Channels

    Cat # STC-460
    Source Synthetic peptide
    MW 3995 Da.
    Target Chloride channels

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