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Mip2000

Objective

The transport of water and small osmolytes across biological membranes is of fundamental importance for cellular and organism osmoregulation. MIP channels, i.e aquaporin water channels and glyceroaquaporins, play central roles in water and solute transport in organisms ranging from bacteria to man and constitute a major potential in steering of osmoregulation in medicine, pharmacology and agrobiotechnology.

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GOETEBORG UNIVERSITY
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Medicinaregatan 3-5
405 30 GÖTEBORG
Sweden

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