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  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. ... 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 ...
  3. ... epidermis). The lipid layers are necessary to prevent water loss (dehydration) through the skin. More than 55 ...
  4. ... epidermis). The lipid layers are necessary to prevent water loss (dehydration) through the skin. At least 20 ...
  5. ... 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 ...
  6. ... ADH is to help control the body's water balance by determining how much water is excreted in urine. Normally, when a person' ... this hormone direct the kidneys to reabsorb more water and to make less urine. When fluid intake ...
  7. ... of chloride ions helps control the movement of water in tissues, which is necessary for the production ... preventing the usual flow of chloride ions and water into and out of cells. As a result, ...
  8. ... reaction that involves the molecules carbon dioxide and water and produces a negatively charged bicarbonate molecule (bicarbonate ... out the reverse reaction, forming carbon dioxide and water from bicarbonate. Carbon dioxide, bicarbonate, and protons are ...
  9. ... also be involved in maintaining the body's water balance (osmoregulation) and in certain types of sensation, ... additional disorders: hyponatremia, which is a condition of water imbalance that can cause dangerous brain swelling, and ...
  10. ... epidermis acts as a barrier to help minimize water loss and protect the body from foreign substances, ... shortage of natural moisturizing factor, which allows excess water to be lost through the skin and causes ...
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