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1-(Ethoxycarbonylmethyl)-6-methoxyquinolinium bromide

MQAE, (6-Methoxyquinolinio)acetic acid ethyl ester bromide
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Chloride probe

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A S Verkman
The American journal of physiology, 259(3 Pt 1), C375-C388 (1990-09-01)
Chloride movement across cell plasma and internal membranes, is of central importance for regulation of cell volume and pH, vectorial salt movement in epithelia, and, probably, intracellular traffic. Quinolinium-based chloride-sensitive fluorescent indicators provide a new approach to study chloride transport
A S Verkman et al.
Analytical biochemistry, 178(2), 355-361 (1989-05-01)
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