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  1. ... moving charged atoms (ions) of potassium (K) and chlorine (Cl) across the cell membrane. The positively charged potassium ions and negatively charged chlorine ions are moved together (cotransported), so that the ...
  2. ... moving charged atoms (ions) of potassium (K) and chlorine (Cl) across the cell membrane. The positively charged potassium ions and negatively charged chlorine ions are moved together (cotransported), so that the ...
  3. ... chloride channels. These channels, which transport negatively charged chlorine atoms (chloride ions), play a key role in ...
  4. ... Specifically, ClC-5 exchanges negatively charged atoms of chlorine (chloride ions) for positively charged atoms of hydrogen ( ...
  5. ... chloride channels. These channels, which transport negatively charged chlorine atoms (chloride ions), play a key role in ...
  6. ... and ClC-Kb channels transport charged atoms of chlorine (chloride ions) out of kidney cells.Barttin is ...
  7. ... acts as a channel that allows negatively charged chlorine atoms (chloride ions) to cross the cell membrane. ...
  8. ... the cell membrane that can transport negatively charged chlorine atoms (chloride ions). These channels maintain the proper ...
  9. ... membranes. Specifically, AE1 exchanges negatively charged atoms of chlorine (chloride ions) for negatively charged bicarbonate molecules (bicarbonate ...
  10. ... called ClC-2. This channel transports negatively charged chlorine atoms (chloride ions) across cell membranes and plays ...
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