Oxyanion Transport Properties Of SLC26A Gene Family In Helacell | 17081
Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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Vanadium is distributed extensively in nature. Disposition of vanadium in specific tissues may be involved in the
pathogenesis of certain neurological disorders and cardiovascular diseases. Vanadium belongs to the group of oxyanions,
which are a group of chemical compounds with a generic AxOyz−. In this study, vanadium with 6 different concentrations
1μM, 3μM, 10μM, 30μM, 100μM, and 300μM was applied to 5 different cell lines, Hela, Caco-2, HEPG2, HEK293, and SY5Y.
The cell amount exponentially decreased for all cell lines in 3 days. However the cell death rate for each cell line is different.
Hence the oxyanion pathway of each cell lines probably has different properties. In this research we try to find whether the
oxyanion channels are regulated by the SLC26A gene family. The oxyanion pathway is still poorly understood, but we assume
that since oxyanion is an anion, it probably has the same pathway as other anions. The anion channels are likely to be regulated
by the human solute carrier 26 family (SLC26A gene family).
Eka Sunarwidhi Prasedya completed his Master degree from IOES, University of Malaya, Indonesia. Now he is a PhD scholar at Institute of Medicine, Department
of Physiology and Integrative Studies, Fukushima Medical University, Japan. He has 3 years of research experience and published more than 4 research papers.
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