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ClCa1 Channel

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Alevy YG et al. IL-13-induced airway mucus production is attenuated by MAPK13 inhibition.
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van der Doef HP et al. Association of the CLCA1 p.S357N variant with meconium ileus in European patients with cystic fibrosis.
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Wu W et al. [Expression and clinical significance of calcium-activated chloride channel and mucins in nasal mucosa with allergic rhinitis].
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Roussa E et al. Cellular distribution and subcellular localization of mCLCA1/2 in murine gastrointestinal epithelia.
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Hauber HP et al. Effect of Th2 type cytokines on hCLCA1 and mucus expression in cystic fibrosis airways.
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Hamann M et al. Human ClCa1 modulates anionic conduction of calcium-dependent chloride currents.
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Young FD et al. Amelioration of cystic fibrosis intestinal mucous disease in mice by restoration of mCLCA3.
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Kim YM et al. Histamine induces MUC5AC expression via a hCLCA1 pathway.
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Elble RC et al. The putative chloride channel hCLCA2 has a single C-terminal transmembrane segment.
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Mundhenk L et al. Both cleavage products of the mCLCA3 protein are secreted soluble proteins.
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Nakano T et al. Niflumic acid suppresses interleukin-13-induced asthma phenotypes.
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Yamazaki J et al. Characterization of CLCA protein expressed in ductal cells of rat salivary glands.
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Loewen ME et al. Structure and function of CLCA proteins.
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Hauber HP et al. Niflumic acid and MSI-2216 reduce TNF-alpha-induced mucin expression in human airway mucosa.
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Thai P et al. Differential regulation of MUC5AC/Muc5ac and hCLCA-1/mGob-5 expression in airway epithelium.
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Busse PJ et al. Chronic exposure to TNF-alpha increases airway mucus gene expression in vivo.
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Jeong SM et al. Cloning and expression of Ca2+-activated chloride channel from rat brain.
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Anton F et al. Overexpression of eCLCA1 in small airways of horses with recurrent airway obstruction.
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Kamada F et al. Association of the hCLCA1 gene with childhood and adult asthma.
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McNamara N et al. Adenosine up-regulation of the mucin gene, MUC2, in asthma.
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Hegab AE et al. CLCA1 gene polymorphisms in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
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Hauber HP et al. Expression of HCLCA1 in cystic fibrosis lungs is associated with mucus overproduction.
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Loewen ME et al. pCLCA1 lacks inherent chloride channel activity in an epithelial colon carcinoma cell line.
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Davies N et al. Chloride channel gene expression in the rabbit cornea.
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Loewen ME et al. CLCA protein and chloride transport in canine retinal pigment epithelium.
Am. J. Physiol., Cell Physiol., 2003 Nov , 285 (C1314-21).

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Thévenod F et al. Relationship between a HCO3- -permeable conductance and a CLCA protein from rat pancreatic zymogen granules.
Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 2003 Jan 10 , 300 (546-54).

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Abdel-Ghany M et al. Focal adhesion kinase activated by beta(4) integrin ligation to mCLCA1 mediates early metastatic growth.
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Loewen ME et al. pCLCA1 becomes a cAMP-dependent chloride conductance mediator in Caco-2 cells.
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Banks MR et al. Fluid and electrolyte transport in the small intestine.
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Loewen ME et al. The calcium-dependent chloride conductance mediator pCLCA1.
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Zhou Y et al. A calcium-activated chloride channel blocker inhibits goblet cell metaplasia and mucus overproduction.
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Elble RC et al. Tumor suppression by a proapoptotic calcium-activated chloride channel in mammary epithelium.
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Papassotiriou J et al. Ca(2+)-activated Cl- channels in Ehrlich ascites tumor cells are distinct from mCLCA1, 2 and 3.
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Nakanishi A et al. Role of gob-5 in mucus overproduction and airway hyperresponsiveness in asthma.
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Pauli BU et al. Molecular characteristics and functional diversity of CLCA family members.
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Hume JR et al. Anion transport in heart.
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Gaspar KJ et al. Cloning a chloride conductance mediator from the apical membrane of porcine ileal enterocytes.
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Lee D et al. Induction of mouse Ca(2+)-sensitive chloride channel 2 gene during involution of mammary gland.
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