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Neonatal ureteral obstruction alters expression of renal sodium transporters and aquaporin water channels.
elegans by downregulating DAF-16/FOX0 activity and aquaporin gene expression.
This water has been pre-treated with a blend of the specific osmolytes and aquaporin stimulators that the skin requires to transport water through its membranes," explained Murad.
To investigate the role of aquaporins in desiccation avoidance in xerophytic ferns gametophytes, Cheilanthes lanosa gametophytes were poisoned with micromolar mercury solutions, which block aquaporin channels, exposed to several osmolytes, and quantified the efflux of water from the cells was quantified.
Similarly we have had great innovations in our exclusive pharmacy range of products Eucerin with the launch of AQuaporin, which has been a massive hit with pharmacists and consumers alike as a patented Nobel prize winning technology makes it way for the first time into an affordable skincare product, delivering maximum hydration to dry skin sufferers," he concluded.
Others have demonstrated dramatic expressional reduction of aquaporin (AQP)-1 and -9 in the EDs of the [alpha]ERKO mouse, possibly relating with significant decreases of sperm concentration and motility in the [alpha]ERKO mouse (Ruz et al.
Ultimately, worms fed a steady diet containing glucose show a reduction in aquaporin channels that transport glycerol, one of the ingredients in the process by which the body produces its own glucose.
13) Progesterone downregulates, or decreases, aquaporin activity in the injured brain tissue, while upregulating, or enhancing, aquaporin activity in the walls of the cerebral ventricles.