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Table 2 Highly transcribed membrane channels in choroid plexus

From: Transcriptional profiling of transport mechanisms and regulatory pathways in rat choroid plexus

Gene Alias TPM Description Rank FACS rank Female rank
KCNJ13 Kir7.1 1372 Inwardly rectifying K+ channel 7.1 1 2 1
AQP1 AQP1 721 Aquaporin 1 2 1 2
KCNK1 TWIK-1 158 Two pore domain K+ channel 3 3 3
TRPM3 TRPM3 137 Transient receptor potential melastatin channel 3 4 7 4
TRPV4 TRPV4 92 Transient receptor potential vanilloid channel 4 5 4 5
ORAI1 ORAI1 62 Ca2+ release-activated Ca2+ modulator 1 6 5 6
MCOLN1 TRPML1 37 Transient receptor potential mucolipin channel 1 7 6 7
CLCN3 ClC-3 34 Voltage-gated Cl channel 3 8 15 9
KCNJ14 Kir2.4 31 Inwardly rectifying K+ channel 2.4 9 55 8
TRPM7 TRPM7 30 Transient receptor potential melastatin channel 7 10 18 12
KCNQ1 KV7.1 30 Voltage-gated K+ channel Kv7.1 11 9 10
P2RX6 P2X6 26 Purinergic Receptor X6 12 8 11
PKD2 TRPP2 25 Transient receptor potential polycystin channel 2 13 13 13
KCNA1 KV1.1 18 Voltage-gated K+ channel Kv1.1 14 43 20
ORAI3 ORAI3 17 Ca2+ release-activated Ca2+ modulator 3 15 10 14
KCNS1 KV9.1 16 Delayed rectifier voltage-gated K+ channel Kv9.1 16 11 15
KCNC3 KV3.3 15 Voltage-gated K+ channel Kv3.3 17 21 18
CLCN4 ClC-4 14 Voltage-gated Cl channel 4 18 23 19
GRIK5 GluK5 13 Kainate glutamate receptor 5 19 12 16
GJB2 Cx26 12 Connexin26 20 14 22
  1. RNAseq analysis revealing the 20 highest expressed genes encoding plasma membrane channels in choroid plexus. TPM; transcripts per million, FACS rank; each gene’s rank in the FACS sample, Female rank; rank in the choroid plexus from female rats