Potassium channel subfamily T, member 2, also known as KCNT2 is a human gene that encodes the KCa4.2protein. KCNT2, also known as the Slick channel (sequence like an intermediate potassium channel) is an outwardly rectifying potassium channel activated by internal raises in sodium or chloride ions.
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