Results 1 - 10 of 79 for ALCOHOL OR AMMONIA OR IODINE OR LIDOCAINE OR WATER
  1. ... 2. This protein forms a channel that carries water molecules across cell membranes. It is found in ... are a series of small tubes that reabsorb water from the kidneys into the bloodstream.The aquaporin ...
  2. ... combination with nongenetic factors such as certain drugs, alcohol, smoking, and dieting, leads to attacks of severe ... HEM3_HUMAN Hydroxymethylbilane Synthetase PBG-D PBGD Porphobilinogen Ammonia-Lyase Porphobilinogen ammonia-lyase (polymerizing) Porphobilinogen Deaminase Porphyrinogen ...
  3. ... may instead be involved in the transport of water molecules out of nerve cells (neurons). More than ... Baslow MH. Brain N-acetylaspartate as a molecular water pump and its role in the etiology of ...
  4. ... other roles. Asparagine helps to break down toxic ammonia within cells, is important for protein modification, and ... this condition. More About This Health Condition aspartate ammonia ligase glutamine-dependent asparagine synthetase TS11 TS11 cell ...
  5. ... epidermis). The lipid layers are necessary to prevent water loss (dehydration) through the skin. More than 55 ...
  6. ... epidermis). The lipid layers are necessary to prevent water loss (dehydration) through the skin. At least 20 ...
  7. ... HSTD HUTH_HUMAN Tests of HAL PubMed HISTIDINE AMMONIA-LYASE NCBI Gene ClinVar Eckhart L, Schmidt M, ...
  8. ... CoA dehydrogenase II ABAD amyloid-beta peptide binding alcohol dehydrogenase CAMR ERAB HADH2 HCD2 HSD10 hydroxysteroid (17- ...
  9. ... are a series of small tubes that reabsorb water from the kidneys into the bloodstream.The interaction ... triggers chemical reactions that control the body's water balance. When a person's fluid intake is ...
  10. ... prevents it from accumulating in the form of ammonia, which is toxic, especially to the nervous system. ... ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency, an inherited disorder that causes ammonia to accumulate in the blood. Ammonia, which is ...
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