Published in Blood Weekly, October 23rd, 2003
According to published research from Canada, "The human anion exchanger AE1 (Band 3) is an abundant glycoprotein localized in plasma membrane of red cells and is responsible for the electro-neutral exchange of chloride for bicarbonate. In order to determine the role of the carboxyl-terminal tail of AE1 in its expression, function and trafficking to the plasma membrane, we generated a series of 5 constructs encoding truncation mutants missing the last 5...
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