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hClC-1 - "Characterization of hClC-1 on the SyncroPatch 384"

icon sp96   SyncroPatch 384 application note:   logo pdf   (1.6 MB)
Cells were kindly provided by Charles River

Summary:

The voltage-gated chloride channel gene (ClC) family is highly conserved and their members are present in both pro- and eukaryotes. In mammals, nine different ClC subtypes have been identified, which differ according to tissue distribution and subcellular location. ClC-1 is exclusively expressed in skeletal muscles. ClCs function as homodimers, allowing chloride and other anions to be conducted through each single protopore. Gating of the single monomer is fast while the common gate to open and close the pores simultaneously is slow. The channel gating can be modulated by intracellular and extracellular chloride as well as pH. ClC proteins mediate chloride flux across cellular membranes in most cell types and participate in maintenance of resting membrane potential. Plasma membrane chloride channels play an important role in reducing muscle excitability. ClC-1 contributes to membrane repolarization and stabilizes the membrane voltage in skeletal muscle. Experimental block of the chloride conductance mediated by ClC-1 facilitated muscle hyperexcitability, manifested as myotonia. 
Here we present data conducted on the SyncroPatch 384 showing characteristic biophysical properties and pharmacology of hClC-1 expressed in CHO cells. We applied voltage protocols including various test potentials to study the voltage dependence of compounds. In order to investigate compound binding properties we used the internal perfusion system of the SyncroPatch 384 for direct application of anthracene-9-carboxylic acid (9-AC) to the intracellular environment. Moreover, we also investigated the effect of 9-AC and niflumic acid (NFA) when they are applied from the extracellular side.

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