... controls the flow of negatively charged chlorine atoms (chlorideions) into these cells. The main function of this ... properly regulate ion flow, reducing the movement of chlorideions into skeletal muscle cells. This disruption in chloride ...
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... a channel that transports negatively charged particles called chlorideions into and out of cells. Chloride is a ... functions in cells; for example, the flow of chlorideions helps control the movement of water in tissues, ...
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... Chloride channels also stay open, and negatively charged chlorideions enter the fiber. All these actions cause the ... calcium channel thin filament sodium channel sodium ions chloride ions choloride channel potassium channel potassium ions 1 2 ...
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... that controls the movement of charged chlorine atoms (chlorideions) into or out of cells in the retina. ... vitelliform macular dystrophy? autosomal ;
autosomal dominant ;
chloride ; ...
macular degeneration ;
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... as a channel that allows cells to release chloride and other ions. But in people with CF, this protein is defective and the cells do not release the chloride. The result is an improper salt balance in ...