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Water Stress, Osmolytes and Proteins1

Bacterial osmoadaptation: the role of osmolytes in bacterial stress and virulence

Expression of anthrax lethal factor gene by osmolyte induction

Mutational and Structural-Based Analyses of the Osmolyte Effect on Protein Stability

The algal osmolyte DMSP as a microzooplankton grazing deterrent in laboratory and field studies

A4 Organic solutes/Osmolytes/ Renal metabolism (M12 - M30)

Regulation of Levels of Proline as an Osmolyte in Plants under Water Stress

Human sperm volume regulation. Response to physiological changes in osmolality, channel blockers and potential sperm osmolytes

Organic Osmolyte Channels in the Renal Medulla: Their Properties and Regulation1

Role of volume-stimulated osmolyte and anion channels in volume regulation by mammalian sperm

Leaf exchange in a Mediterranean shrub: water, nutrient, non-structural carbohydrate and osmolyte dynamics

Treatment of hyponatraemia by urea decreases risks of brain complications in rats. Brain osmolyte contents analysis

A metabonomic study of transgenic maize (Zea mays) seeds revealed variations in osmolytes and branched amino acids

Aggregation and Chemical Reaction in Hen Lysozyme Caused by Heating at pH 6 Are Depressed by Osmolytes, Sucrose and Trehalose

Trapping DNA–protein binding reactions with neutral osmolytes for the analysis by gel mobility shift and self-cleavage assays

The effect of osmolytes and small molecule on Quadruplex–WC duplex equilibrium: a fluorescence resonance energy transfer study

 

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Any compound that protects cells from desiccation by maintaining a high intracellular osmolality (osmotic concentration). Osmolytes are active in the process of osmoregulation and are of particular use in the kidneys, where cells are exposed to highly concentrated fluids. Compounds that are known osmolytes include polyols, amines (e.g. trimethylamine), certain amino acids, and urea.

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