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Illustration of chloride channels (purple) in a cell membrane. Chloride channels conduct chloride anions (yellow) across cell membranes, regulating the electrical excitation of neurons and muscles and the flow of salt and water across epithelial barriers. They also play an important role in the regulation of pH, cell volume homeostasis, organic solute transport, cell migration, and cell proliferation and differentiation. Genetic defects in chloride channels underlie several familial muscle and kidney diseases. (Photo by: SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY via AP Images)

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