Potassium channel subfamily T, member 2, also known as KCNT2 is a human gene that encodes the K Na protein. KCNT2, also known as the Slick channel (sequence like an intermediate calcium channel) is an outwardly rectifying potassium channel activated by internal raises in sodium or chloride ions.
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