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Table 1 Selectivity sequence and permeability ratios Px/PCl (given in parenthesis) for maxi-anion channel of different types of cells

From: The maxi-anion channel: a classical channel playing novel roles through an unidentified molecular entity

Cells Selectivity sequence References
Rat cultured Schwann cells I (1.4) > Br (1.2) > Cl (1.0) > methyl-SO4 (0.72) > SO4 2− (0.61) > acetate (0.39) = isethionate (0.39) > aspartate (<0.03), glutamate (<0.03) Gray et al. [18]
Rabbit urinary bladder epithelial cells Cl (1.0) ≈ Br (1.0) ≈ I (1.0) ≈ SCN (1.0) ≈ NO3 (1.0) > F (0.57) > acetate (0.30) > gluconate (0.07) Hanrahan et al. [53]
Rat cultured pulmonary alveolar (type II) cells I (1.5) > Br (1.02) ≥ Cl (1.00) > NO3 (0.9) > gluconate (0.6) Schneider et al. [63]
Rat cultured smooth muscle cells from embryonic aorta I (1.4) > Br (1.3) > Cl (1.0) > F (0.7) Soejima and Kokubun [33]
Rat cultured glomus cells of the carotid body Cl (1.0) > HCO3 (0.71) > SO4 2− (0.57) > glutamate (0.14) Stea and Nurse [109]
Mouse B lymphocyte-myeloma hybridoma cells F (1.25) > I (1.18) > SCN (1.10) > Br (1.07) > Cl (1.00) > glucuronate (0.78) > NO3 (0.68) > aspartate (0.62) Bosma [98]
Human T lymphocytes I (1.38) > NO3 (1.14) > Br (1.04) > Cl (1.0) > F (0.57) > SCN (0.56) > HCO3 (0.56) > SO4 2− (0.49) > gluconate (0.29) ≈ propionate (0.30) > aspartate (0.08) Schlichter et al. [104]
Chick cultured embryonic osteogenic cells Cl (1.0) > methylsulfate (0.71) > gluconate (0.25) > glutamate (0.17) Ravesloot et al. [108]
Human colon carcinoma HT-29cl.19A cells I (1.2) > Br (1.05) > Cl (1.0) > F (0.46) > gluconate (0.24) Bajnath et al. [58]
Ascaris suum muscle membrane vesicles I > Br = NO3  > Cl > F Dixon et al. [22]
Rat muscle L6 cells Br (1.18) > I (1.15) > NO3 (1.13) > Cl (1.0) > methanesulfonate (0.60) > HCO3 (0.59) > propionate (0.44) > SO4 2− (0.40) > glutamate (0.1) Hurnak and Zachar [25]
Guinea-pig parietal cells I > Br > Cl > F Kajita et al. [54]
Mouse mammary C127 cells I (1.31) > Br (1.14) > Cl (1.0) > F (0.61) > phosphate2− (0.43) > aspartate (0.23) ≈ glutamate (0.22) Sabirov et al. [8]
Mouse mammary C127 cells Cl (1.0) > formate (0.66) > pyruvate (0.52) > methanesulfonate (0.51) > acetate (0.50) > propionate (0.39) > glucuronate (0.19) > glucoheptonate (0.18) > gluconate (0.17) > glutamate (0.16) > lactobionate (0.13) Sabirov and Okada [11]