Chloride intracellular channel protein 1, CLIC1, is found primarily in the nucleus and nuclear membrane. It can insert into membranes to form chloride ion channels. Membrane insertion is redox-dependent (occurring under oxidizing conditions) and channel activity is pH-dependent. CLIC-1 is involved in the regulation of cell cycle. []

CLIC1 Aptamer Ordering Page

CLIC1 Aptamer Data Sheet