chloride channel
Ion channels selective for chloride ions. Various types including ligand-gated Cl-channels at synapses (the GABA- and glycine-activated channels), as well as voltage-gated Cl-channels found in a variety of plant and animal cells. See also CFTR, MDR.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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