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General Information
Name
INTRACELLULAR CHLORIDE CHANNEL SUBUNITS
Species
D. melanogaster
Symbol
CLIC
FlyBase ID
FBgg0000566
Date last reviewed
2016-07-19
Number of members
1
Description
Description

The Chloride intracellular channel (CLIC) family exists as soluble globular proteins and have been shown to form ion channels in artificial bilayers. CLIC proteins are characterised by the presence of a 240 residue CLIC module, whose structure belongs to the GST-fold superfamily. (Adapted from FBrf0204349 and FBrf0232068).

Notes on Group

The INTRACELLULAR CHLORIDE CHANNEL SUBUNITS gene group contains only one member.

It should be noted that the INTRACELLULAR CHLORIDE CHANNEL SUBUNITS represent a group related by sequence/structural features. There are other chloride channels that mediate the transmembrane transport of chloride ions in intracellular compartments within subgroups of the CHLORIDE CHANNEL SUBUNITS gene group.

Source Material
The INTRACELLULAR CHLORIDE CHANNEL SUBUNITS Gene Group has been compiled by FlyBase curators using the following publication(s): Chintapalli et al., 2013, Bhandari et al., 2012, Littler et al., 2010, and Littler et al., 2008 .
Key Gene Ontology (GO) terms
Molecular Function
Biological Process
Cellular Component
Related Gene Groups
Members (1)
For all members:
Gene Symbol
Gene Name
Also Known As
Source Material for Membership
Chloride intracellular channel
DmCLIC, l(1)G0472, l(1)G0053
External Data
Other resource(s)
Synonyms and Secondary IDs
Synonym(s)
CLIC
INTRACELLULAR CHLORIDE CHANNEL SUBUNITS
Secondary FlyBase ID(s)
References (5)