We have isolated two new and highly homologous cDNAs, mmClC-Ka from mouse outer medulla and mcClC-Ka from mouse cortex. In both cases, mRNA was obtained from the indicated region and subjected to RT-PCR using primers from the nucleotide sequence of rbClC-Ka, which encodes basolateral Cl− channels (termed rbClC-Ka) in rabbit MTAL. The predicted protein products of mmClC-Ka and mcClC-Ka, mmClC-Ka and mcClC-Ka, respectively, were 85% homologous and had predicted molecular weights of 75 kDa. The predicted protein sequences for mmClC-Ka and rbClC-Ka had three cytosolic sites—threonine 185, threonine 187 and serine 270—which were absent in mcClC-Ka. These three moieties represent potential sites for phosphorylation of mmClC-Ka and rbClC-Ka, but not of mcClC-Ka, and may account for the failure of (ATP + PKA) to increase the open time probability P o in basolateral CTAL Cl− channels.
The Journal of Membrane Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 1, 2000
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