ANO1

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ANO1

A gene on chromosome 11q13.2 that encodes anoctamin 1, a protein which is thought to act as a calcium-activated chloride channel; it is highly expressed in liver and skeletal muscle and is required for normal tracheal development.
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It is also known as FLJ10261 (hypothetic gene product that was unofficially called DOG1), TMEM16A (transmembrane protein 16A), or ANO1 (anoctamin 1, calcium-activated chloride channel); DOG1 being the most well-accepted name in the diagnostic literature.