LE WE PMID CA
Pendred s syndrome2144Pendred Syndrom

Cochlea

Cochlear fluid

Cx26 related deafness

Hearing (Neurophysiology)

NIS

Pendred s syndrome

SLC26A4 Pendrin

Thyroid (Physiology)

Transporter (Sodium and iodine)

TRPV5

TRPV6

1996  
1
2009  
2
Functional characterization of wild-type and mutated pendrin (SLC26A4), the anion transporter involved in Pendred syndrome.
[19608655] J Mol Endocrinol 43(3): 93-103 (2009)
2007  
3
Functional cross talk between ENaC and pendrin.
[17855481] Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 293(5): F1439-40 (2007)
2007  
4
The emerging role of pendrin in renal chloride reabsorption.
[17164396] Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 292(3): F912-3 (2007)
2006  
5
Supporting sensory transduction: cochlear fluid homeostasis and the endocochlear potential.
[16857713] J Physiol 576(Pt 1): 11-21 (2006)
2009  
6
Minireview: The sodium-iodide symporter NIS and pendrin in iodide homeostasis of the thyroid.
[19196800] Endocrinology 150(3): 1084-90 (2009)
2007  
7
Loss of cochlear HCO3- secretion causes deafness via endolymphatic acidification and inhibition of Ca2+ reabsorption in a Pendred syndrome mouse model.
[17299139] Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 292(5): F1345-53 (2007)

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