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- approve. In extreme cases, osmoprotectants allow cells to enter cryptobiosis. In this state the cytosol and osmoprotectants become a gl****-like solid that...
- themselves against this high osmotic pressure by the synthesis of osmoprotectants such as alcohols and amino acids. Many osmophilic microorganisms are...
- of DNA melting. Cocamidopropyl betaine Mesoionic Mesomeric betaine Osmoprotectants Ylide Alex Nickon and Ernest F. Silversmith (1987). Organic Chemistry...
- (TMAO) in their tissues, which increases their buoyancy and function as osmoprotectants. TMAO also counteracts the protein-destabilizing tendencies of urea...
- genes encoding transporters of osmolytes and enzymes that synthesize osmoprotectants. The EnvZ/OmpR two-component system, which regulates the expression...
- carotenoid degradation and anthocyanin ac****ulation, the intervention of osmoprotectants (such as sucrose, glycine, and proline), ROS-scavenging enzymes. The...
- trimethylamine oxide (nitrogenous waste products) in their tissues as osmoprotectants and to increase their buoyancy. Trimethylamine oxide also serves to...
- fungi; the organism ac****ulates organic compounds in the cytoplasm—osmoprotectants which are known as compatible solutes. These can be either synthesised...
- (2011). "A specialized aspartokinase enhances the biosynthesis of the osmoprotectants ectoine and hydroxyectoine in Pseudomonas stutzeri A1501". Journal...
- cell. Cells can deal with even larger osmotic changes by ac****ulating osmoprotectants such as betaines or trehalose in their cytosol. Some of these molecules...
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