In this Issue
November 2016; volume 311, issue 5
CALL FOR PAPERS | Endothelin in Renal Physiology and Disease
CALL FOR PAPERS | Inflammation and Inflammatory Mediators in Kidney Disease
CALL FOR PAPERS | Mechanism and Treatment of Renal Fibrosis
CALL FOR PAPERS | Purinergic Signaling Mechanisms in the Lower Urinary Tract
- Both CLIC4 and CLIC5A activate ERM proteins in glomerular endothelium
This study reveals a novel function for chloride intracellular channel (CLIC) 4, namely that it acts upstream of moesin and ezrin activation, similar to the function of CLIC5A. Thus the function of CLIC proteins is not restricted to Cl− channel activity.