CLCN2

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CLCN2

A gene on chromosome 3q26-qter that encodes a voltage-gated chloride channel that maintains chloride ion homeostasis in various cells.

Molecular pathology
CLCN2 mutations have been linked to certain forms of epilepsy.
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SEC was used to detect copolymer formation as a function of EGMA content and catalyst.
w] increases with EGMA content and catalyst, again indicating that reaction occurs more quickly with more functional polymer and in the presence of catalyst.
In general, the results show that higher loadings of EGMA decrease droplet size, and catalysts are effective for reducing droplet size with Co[Oct.
These low magnification images show a general decrease in average droplet size as EGMA content increases.
Specimens for the characterizations were usually made by compression molding at 150[degrees]C, for the EGMA and EAGMA composites, and 190[degrees]C, [or the PE-based composites, in a Carver press.
The patterns of all the EGMA composites with 5-30 wt% of C120A (Fig.
In conclusion, the WAXD analysis of the EGMA and EAGMA composites with C120A and C130B indicates that both organoclays have good affinity for the two copolymers, as demonstrated by the practically complete disappearance of their basal reflections, even at the highest loadings investigated.
The experimental hardness values for EGMA polymer and its nanocomposites are presented in Fig.
8: 1) blends at 10% EGMA level compared with the uncompatibilized blend.
Material Abbreviation Manufacturer Grade Maleated EP EPX Exxon Exxelor 1803 Ethylene glycidyl EGMA Sumitomo Bondfast 2C methacrylate Maleated styrene- SEBSX Shell Kraton 1901 ethylene/butylene- styrene Maleated HDPE HDPE-g-MAH Made in-house --
At this temperature, viscosities of HDPE and PET are quite similar, whereas the viscosity of EGMA is much lower.
Among these runs, the one where EGMA was used exhibited the highest mixing torque.