SLC26 family of anion exchangers

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Along with the SLC4 family, the SLC26 family acts to allow movement of monovalent and divalent anions across cell membranes. The predicted topology is of 10-14 TM domains with intracellular C- and N-termini, probably existing as dimers. Within the family, subgroups may be identified on the basis of functional differences, which appear to function as anion exchangers and anion channels (SLC26A7 and SLC26A9).

Selective sulphate transporters

Transporters

Sat-1 / SLC26A1 Show summary »

DTDST / SLC26A2 Show summary »

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Chloride/bicarbonate exchangers

Transporters

DRA / SLC26A3 Show summary »

Pendrin / SLC26A4 Show summary »

PAT-1 / SLC26A6 Show summary »

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Anion channels

Transporters

SLC26A7 Show summary »

SLC26A9 Show summary »

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Other SLC26 anion exchangers

Transporters

Prestin / SLC26A5 Show summary »

Tat1 / SLC26A8 Show summary »

SLC26A10 Show summary »

KBAT (KBAT / SLC26A11) Show summary »

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