inproceedings{2017HistidineTB, title={Histidine Tagging Both Allows Convenient Single-step Purification of Bovine Rhodopsin and Exerts Ionic Strength-dependent Effects on Its Photochemistry*}, author={}, year={2017 ...
A packed-bed chromatographic model developed in this study includes adsorption isotherms considering steric mass action (SMA) as well as non-linearity in liquid/solid phases, adsorption kinetics and mass transport. For solving the nonlinear and nonequilibrium adsorption model described by a partial differential algebraic equation (PDAE) system, a fast and accurate numerical method (i.e., conservation element/solution element (CE/SE) method), is proposed. Sensitivity and elasticity of the model parameters (e.g., steric/shape factors, adsorption heat coefficient, effective protein charge, equilibrium constant, mass transfer coefficient, axial dispersion coefficient and bed voidage) are analyzed for a BSA-salt system in a low protein concentration range. Within a low concentration range of bovine serum albumin (BSA) where linear adsorption isotherms are shown, the adsorption heat coefficient, shape and steric factors have little effect on adsorption isotherms and the retention time. However, the ...
Low-ionic-strength saline (LISS) techniques permit a safe and substantial reduction in incubation time and have therefore become the method of choice for antibody detection and compatibility testing in many transfusion laboratories. Consequently, the supply of reagent red cells (RBCs) in a low-ionic-strength preservative solution would remove the daily need for laboratories to wash and resuspend cells in LISS before use. However, the storage of fresh RBCs at low ionic strength in the presence of aminoglycoside antibiotics can cause a rapid loss of certain antigens, possibly as a result of the release of proteolytic enzymes from contaminating white cells. This article describes a low-ionic-strength solution that achieves preservation of antigens on liquid nitrogen-frozen-thawed RBCs for 21 days storage at 4°C. ...
The goal was to characterize a hydrophobic cytokine with respect to oxidation and aggregation, as well as its adsorption to the container at different pH and ionic strength conditions. The tendency of the cytokine to adsorb on surfaces and its low solubility at physiological pH were the main challenges during the development of HSA-free formulations for the cytokine. When the formulation pH exceeded 5.5 precipitation led to significantly higher turbidity. This turbidity increase and elevated aggregation as determined by HP-SEC and DLS was more pronounced at higher glycine and NaCl concentrations. With rising pH protein adsorption was more distinct compared to pH 3.0. However, protein adsorption could be minimized by polysorbate 20 or the use of glass type I(+). FTIR revealed a reduced thermal stability at higher pH values indicated by a declining denaturation temperature. Five liquid formulations in the pH range 3.5-4.5 and five lyophilized formulations at pH 4.0-5.0 were stored for 6 months and ...
Dive into the research topics of Effect of ionic strength on the conformation of myosin subfragment 1-nucleotide complexes. Together they form a unique fingerprint. ...
Osmotic Challenges Osmoconformers, consisting only of some marine animals, are isoosmotic with their surroundings and do not regulate their osmolarity Osmoregulators expend energy to control water uptake and loss in a hyperosmotic or hypoosmotic environment Most animals are stenohaline; they cannot tolerate substantial changes in external osmolarity Euryhaline animals can survive large fluctuations in external osmolarity
Osmoreceptors are sensory receptor primarily found in hypothalamus of most homoeothermic organisms that detects changes in osmotic pressure. T
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Adsorption of polysterene sulfonate on polymethylene single cristals at high ionic strength. AU - Papenhuijzen, J.. AU - Fleer, G.J.. AU - Bijsterbosch, B.H.. PY - 1985. Y1 - 1985. M3 - Article. VL - 104. SP - 530. EP - 539. JO - Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. JF - Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. SN - 0021-9797. ER - ...
If the solute concentration in the blood is too high, osmoreceptors in the hypothalamus sense this and signal the pituitary gland to produce a hormone called ADH (anti-diuretic hormone). ADH causes special pores called aquaporins in the collecting duct to open, allowing water to be reabsorbed back into the blood, thus making the blood more dilute. If the solute concentration in the blood is too low, osmoreceptors in the hypothalamus sense this and signal the pituitary gland to reduce its production of ADH. This causes the aquaporins in the collecting duct to close, keeping the excess water in the filtrate, which excreted as dilute urine. This is called osmoregulation ...
Whether or not this statement is correct will depend on how dark the urine is, because the depth of color in urine will vary inversely with the urinary volume. Although the volume varies greatly among individuals, in our student laboratory (see above, under Other Data Since 8 × 8) the mean value was 1,520 ml/24 h (Table 3), with a mean urine osmolality of 590 mosmol/kgH2O. Both values are those generally cited as being normal, namely, 1,500 ml/24 h and 600 mosmol/kgH2O, respectively (73, 92). At a urine osmolality ∼600 mosmol/kgH2O, the concentration of solutes in the urine is such that the urine has a moderately yellow color, which might be interpreted as dark, especially when contrasted against pale yellow or clear, which is specified in most of the lay literature (26). Yet, at the above-cited normal urinary volume and osmolality, the plasma osmolality will be well within the normal range and nowhere near the values of 300 mosmol/kgH2O and higher, which are seen in meaningful ...
Plasma osmolality measures the bodys electrolyte-water balance. There are several methods for arriving at this quantity through measurement or calculation. Osmolality and osmolarity are measures that are technically different, but functionally the same for normal use. Whereas osmolality (with an l) is defined as the number of osmoles (Osm) of solute per kilogram of solvent (osmol/kg or Osm/kg), osmolarity (with an r) is defined as the number of osmoles of solute per liter (L) of solution (osmol/L or Osm/L). As such, larger numbers indicate a greater concentration of solutes in the plasma.. ...
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Our results reveal that hyperosmolarity is associated with increased hospital mortality of patients who are critically ill, presenting as a U-shaped association. However, this pattern was not observed for patients with respiratory admission disease, and only extreme hyperosmolarity was related to increased risk of death in this subgroup. In addition, vasopressin is strongly associated with a higher mortality rate in all six subgroups. To the best of our knowledge, this is the largest study using subgroup analysis to establish a link between osmolarity imbalance and mortality in patients in mixed ICU.. Water balance inside the body is of vital importance for patients who are critically ill , and serum osmolarity plays an important role in extracellular and intracellular water distribution. Perturbation of osmolarity is common in patients admitted to ICU, which is related to intracellular dehydration or oedema, potentially leading to adverse outcomes.17 Holtfreter et al recently examined the ...
Osmolality determination- Osmolality of blood increases with dehydration and decreases with overhydration. Normal range: 285-295 mOsm/kg
Osmolality is a test that measures the concentration of all chemical particles found in the fluid part of blood. Osmolality can also be measured with a urine test.
Osmolarity is a measurement of the number of particles in a solute, typically expressed in osmoles. Researchers need to know this...
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Authors: Lisovskaya, I.L. , Shurkhina, E.S. , Yakovenko, E.E. , Tsvetaeva, N.V. , Kolodei, S.V. , Shcherbinina, S.P. , Ataullakhanov, F.I. Article Type: Research Article Abstract: We have previously proposed the osmofiltration method based on a modified Hanss hemorheometer to analyze distributions of erythrocytes in their ability to pass through membrane filters with 3 \mu m pores. Upon decrease in medium osmolality (u ) the erythrocyte volume increases. When cell volume becomes V=V_{\mathrm{cr}} at u=u_{\mathrm{cr}} , such cell loses its ability to pass through a 3 \mu m pore. The flow rate of erythrocyte suspension containing cells with different u_{\mathrm{cr}} through a filter gradually decreases with decreasing medium osmolality. This rate becomes zero at some u=\Omega , …when the number of non‐filterable cells in the applied sample approaches the number of pores in filter. Experimental determination of the dependencies of the filtration rate on medium osmolality for various hematocrit ...
The physical properties of weak polyelectrolytes may be tailored via hydrophobic modification to exhibit useful properties under appropriate pH and ionic strength conditions as a consequence of the often inherently competing effects of electrostatics and hydrophobicity. Pulsed-gradient spin-echo NMR (PGSE-NMR), electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) surface tension, fluorescence, and pH titration have been used to examine the solution conformation and aggregation behavior of a series of hydrophobically modified hyperbranched poly(ethylene imine) (PEI) polymers in aqueous solution, and their interaction with sodium dodecylsulfate (SDS). PGSE-NMR gave a particularly insightful picture of the apparent molecular weight distribution. The presence of the hydrophobes led to a lower effective charge on the polymer at any given pH, compared to the (parent) nonmodified samples. Analysis of the SANS data showed that the propensity to form highly elliptical or rod-like ...
UOSMU : Osmolality is an index of the solute concentration. Urine osmolality is a measure of the concentration of osmotically active particles, principally sodium, chloride, potassium, and urea; glucose can contribute significantly to the osmolality when present in substantial amounts in urine. Urinary osmolality corresponds to urine specific gravity in nondisease states.   The ability of the kidney to maintain both tonicity and water balance of the extracellular fluid can be evaluated by measuring the osmolality of the urine either routinely or under artificial conditions. More information concerning the state of renal water handling or abnormalities of urine dilution or concentration can be obtained if urinary osmolality is compared to serum osmolality and if urine electrolyte studies are performed. Normally, the ratio of urine osmolality to serum osmolality is 1.0 to 3.0, reflecting a wide range of urine osmolality.
Intracellular measurements of the resting potential were made in fibers of the frog sartorius muscle in solutions of varying salt composition and concentration to determine the effects of low ionic strength extracellular solutions on the resting potential. Changes in the glass microelectrode tip potential in low ionic strength solutions were minimized by adding ThCl4 to the extracellular solution. These experimental conditions allowed measurement of the relationship of the resting potential to the concentration of the salt in the extracellular solution by replacing it with the nonionic substance, sucrose. Substitution of sucrose for the extracellular NaCl produced a stable depolarization which was logarithmically related to the NaCl concentration. Substitution of sucrose for choline Cl, instead of NaCl, produced the same degree of depolarization. When Na salts of anions less permeable than chloride (Br, I, NO3) were used, the resting potentials in 116 mM solutions were close to those with ...
The production of materials such as microfibrillated cellulose and cellulose nanocrystals is gathering significant research interest by combining mechanical strength and toughness with a low density, biodegradability and renewability. However, one of the challenges with production on an industrial scale is to obtain an energy-efficient solid liquid separation which is difficult because of the high specific filtration resistance of these materials. This study investigates electroassisted filtration as a method to facilitate the dewatering of cellulosic materials and the influence of ionic strength on the electrofiltration behavior. Electroassisted filtration is found to improve the dewatering rate of the studied cellulosic material, and the potential improvement compared to pressure filtration increased with the specific surface area of the solid material. Increasing the ionic strength of the system increased the power demand of the electroassisted filtration, and the major potential for industrial
Plasma osmolality measures the bodys electrolyte-water balance. There are several methods for arriving at this quantity through measurement or calculation. Osmolality and osmolarity are measures that are technically different, but functionally the same for normal use. Whereas osmolality (with an ℓ) is a measure of the osmoles (Osm) of solute per kilogram of solvent (osmol/kg or Osm/kg), osmolarity (with an r) is defined as the number of osmoles of solute per liter (L) of solution (osmol/L or Osm/L). As such, larger numbers indicate a greater concentration of solutes in the plasma. Osmolality can be measured on an analytical instrument called an osmometer. It works on the method of depression of freezing point. Osmolarity is affected by changes in water content, as well as temperature and pressure. In contrast, osmolality is independent of temperature and pressure. For a given solution, osmolarity is slightly less than osmolality, because the total solvent weight (the divisor used for ...
The serum osmolality calculator determines blood osmolarity, by using the BUN, glucose and ethanol value and the equation that delivers the mOsm/Kg answer.
View Notes - PSY260_CHP9 from PSYCH 260 at Penn State. a. Diabetes Mellitus b. Osmoreceptors 12. The OVLT and Osmoreception 13. Mechanisms of Hypovolemic Thirst a. Heart, Kideys, and Baroreceptors
The yield strength dependence on strain rate was studied for molybdenum-alloy nanofibers with varying initial dislocation density at three different pre-strain levels. In-situ tensile experiments at three displacement rates were carried out in a scanning electron microscope. Yield strength and its scatter decreased as a function of the pre-strain level for different displacement rates. A statistical model was used to analyze the results, and a negative strain rate dependence was inferred from the yield experiments. This finding suggests the need for theoretical investigations since classical models such as dynamic strain aging may have limitations at such nanoscales. ...
The mean age was: 30.6±7.7 years in the LASEK group (n=33), 34.3±8.7 in LASIK (n=34), 34.6±8.6 in FSBK (n=35), 67.3±11 in the glaucoma treated patients (n=18), 70.6±8 in the senile population (n=73), and 46,3±16,9 years in normals. We did not find statistically significant differences in the mean osmolarity values between groups (p=0.8) (LASEK=304.7±20.2 mOsm/L, LASIK=306.7±17.7 mOsm/L, FSBK=307.8±17.6 mOsm/L, Senile population=306.6±14.1 mOsm/L, glaucoma=310.1±11.7 mOsm/L, normal mean value=300.8±7.8 mOsm/L). No differences were found when comparing the percentage of hyperosmolar eyes (>312mOsm/L) between groups (p=0.3) (LASEK=30,3%, LASIK=44,1%, FSBK=37.1%, Senile=32.8%, glaucoma=55.5 ...
Ca2+ uptake in brush-border vesicles isolated from rat duodena was studied by a rapid-filtration technique. Ca2+ uptake showed saturation kinetics, was dependent on the pH and ionic strength of the medium and was independent of metabolic energy. Uptake activity was readily inhibited by Ruthenium Red, La3+, tetracaine, EGTA, choline chloride and Na+ or K+. The effect of variations in medium osmolarity on Ca2+ uptake and the ionophore A23187-induced efflux of the cation from preloaded vesicles indicated that the Ca2+-uptake process involved binding to membrane components, as well as transport into an osmotically active space. Scatchard-plot analyses of the binding data suggested at least two classes of Ca2+-binding sites. The high-affinity sites, Ka = (2.7 +/- 1.1) x 10(4) M-1 (mean +/- S.D.) bound 3.2 +/- 0.8 nmol of Ca2+/mg of protein, whereas the low-affinity sites (Ka = 60 +/- 6 M-1) bound 110 +/- 17 nmol of Ca2+/mg of protein. In the presence of 100 mM-NaCl, 1.7 and 53 nmol of Ca2+/mg of ...
In DHYD, serum osmolality increased at 3% (p = 0.005) and 5% (p , 0.001) ETBW losses, while FR decreased serum osmolality at the 5% loss of ETBW time point (p = 0.009). In DHYD, KE muscle volume declined from 1,464 ± 446 ml to 1,406 ± 425 ml (3.9%, p , 0.001) at 3% ETBW loss and to 1,378 ± 421 ml (5.9%, p , 0.001) at 5% ETBW loss. The largest decline in KE volume in DYHD occurred in the mid-belly (31 ml, p = 0.001) and proximal (24 ml, p = 0.001) regions of the grouped vasti muscles. There were no changes in volume for the biceps/triceps (p = 0.35) or deltoid (p = 0.92) during DHYD. FR prevented the loss of KE muscle volume at 3% (1,430 ± 435 ml, p = 0.074) and 5% (1,431 ± 439 ml, p = 0.156) ETBW loss time points compared to baseline (1,445 ± 436 ml).. ...
Each of the four test identities was used as an adapter-with itself and each of the other three other identities as probes. The adapting images were the 6 anti-expressions for each identity, and the probe was always the identity prototype for the relevant identity. To keep testing sessions to within an hour, each experimental session comprised testing one identity adapter (with each of its six anti-expressions), with an identity-congruent probe (i.e., the same identity as the adapter) and one identity-incongruent probe. In half of the sessions, the incongruent probe was the same sex as the adapter; in the other half, it was the opposite sex. To test all combinations of adapters and probes, 12 different session types were required. Each participant completed one session, and each session type was completed by four participants with adapters at 100% strength and by two participants with adapters at 50% and 25% strength. The inclusion of the 25% adapter strength condition is an important ...
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The kidneys can normally concentrate urine to an Osmolality of , 800 mmol/kg within 12 h of fluid restriction (Water deprivation test).. Comparison of serum and urine osmolalities may help to determine the cause of polyuria, to diagnose SIADH and to distinguish pre-renal from renal causes of impaired renal function.. See Osmolality.. ...
Urine density has long been considered as a practical surrogate marker of urine osmolality. It has even been proposed that simple equations be used in clinical practice to obtain Uosm directly from UD [8-11], whereas a website offers such calculations online [12]. In the present study, we challenged the concept that UD is a reliable marker of urine osmolality. For better accuracy, UD measurements were made utilizing a refractometer, instead of the semi-quantitative dipstick method more commonly employed. Even so, the correlation obtained between UD and Uosm, though statistically significant, was relatively weak (r = 0.462). A closer examination casts serious doubts about the clinical usefulness of UD. If an UD of 1.020 kg/L or higher were regarded as a test to detect individuals with an Uosm of at least 600 mOsm/kg [8-10], the sensitivity of such a test would be only 36%, whereas its specificity would be 81%. In other words, 64% of the subjects with concentrated urines would be missed by such ...
nbsp;Osmolality (ℓ) is the number of osmoles (Osm) of solute per kilogram of solvent (mOsmol/kg), it is measured using an osmometer. This value is not affected by temperature and pressure. This differs from [[Osmolarity,Osmolarity]] (r) which is the number of osmoles of solute per litre of solution (mOsmol/L) and is affected by changes in water content, temperature and pressure. The difference between the actual osmolality and the calculated osmolality is known as the osmotic gap ,ref>Patient. Osmolality, Osmolarity and Fluid Homeostasis. 2016 [cited: 05/12/17]; Available from: https://patient.info/doctor/osmolality-osmolarity-and-fluid-homeostasis,/ref> . ,references ...
The global fitting of the aggregation curves above provides an explanation of the observed changes in half times and scaling exponents: the differential effect of a change in ionic strength on the rates of the individual processes in the aggregation reaction leads to shifts in the dominant mechanism of aggregate multiplication. In order to rationalize this difference in susceptibility to electrostatic shielding we consider the variation of each rate constant with ionic strength. In the plots in Fig. 6a and b we show the logarithm of the various rate constant versus the square root of ionic strength (this latter value includes the contribution from the added salt as well as the buffer; in the absence of added salt the buffer alone (4 mM sodium phosphate, 40 uM EDTA, pH 8.0) results in an ionic strength of approximately 12 mM). In a simple Debye-Hückel (DH)16,32-34 model of the effect of ionic strength, these points would be expected to lie on a straight line. However, DH is accurate only at low ...
Information from ISBN 0-19-963142-5 pg 321. 1) Chose the pH range you want. Use a buffer that is within pK± 1 because the buffering capacity will be low outside that range. The range that is used may be varied if it is known that a buffer has only to counter the effects of acid or base but not both. (Is only H+ produced?) The edge of a working range can be more satisfactorily used if the change in pH is towards the pK. 2) Stability of the buffer, whether it interacts with the substrates, cofactors, or metal ions, the temperature coefficients of its pK, the ionic strength at which it is used, its absorbance in the UV region of the spectrum, its cost, and its availability free from contaminants. Most of the newer zwitterionic buffers do not appreciably bind divalent metal ions, are chemically stable, do not appreciably absorb light at wavelengths longer than 240nm, and can be made up as a concentrated stock solutions. Many of the buffers which have been in longer use have one or more ...
Information from ISBN 0-19-963142-5 pg 321. 1) Chose the pH range you want. Use a buffer that is within pK± 1 because the buffering capacity will be low outside that range. The range that is used may be varied if it is known that a buffer has only to counter the effects of acid or base but not both. (Is only H+ produced?) The edge of a working range can be more satisfactorily used if the change in pH is towards the pK. 2) Stability of the buffer, whether it interacts with the substrates, cofactors, or metal ions, the temperature coefficients of its pK, the ionic strength at which it is used, its absorbance in the UV region of the spectrum, its cost, and its availability free from contaminants. Most of the newer zwitterionic buffers do not appreciably bind divalent metal ions, are chemically stable, do not appreciably absorb light at wavelengths longer than 240nm, and can be made up as a concentrated stock solutions. Many of the buffers which have been in longer use have one or more ...
In the yeast, Saccharomyces cerevesiae, phosphorelay signaling systems that involve a three-step His-Asp-His-Asp phosphotransfer are involved in transmitting signals in response to cellular stress. The animation shows one example of such a phosphorelay system involved in yeast responses to changes in osmolarity. Under conditions of low osmolarity, a histidine-aspartate phosphorelay pathway transmits information that deactivates one signaling pathway and activates gene expression through another pathway. In response to high osmolarity, the Sln1 kinase that initiates the phosphorelay is inhibited and the Hog1 mitogen-activated protein kinase cascade is active. ...
Tytu : Osmotic concentration of gooseberry fruits - the influence of temperature, time, and pretreatment methods on mass transfer and total polyphenol and organic acid content. ...
Sterility tests are performed on each lot of medium using current USP methods. Each lot of medium is also checked for its ability to support the growth of several different cell lines using both sequential subcultures and plating efficiencies. Additional test results are listed in the Certificate of Analysis. Test* Specification pH 7.0 to 7.4 Osmolality 246 to 306 mOsm/kg H 2 O Sterility Testing Pass Endotoxin ≤ 0.5 EU/mL Mycoplasma Pass Growth Promotion Pass *Please consult the Certificate of Analysis for lot-specific test results.
Online molarity calculator from Sigma-Aldrich.com makes calculating molarity and normality for common acid and base stock solutions easy with most common values pre-populated.
Doctors give unbiased, helpful information on indications, contra-indications, benefits, and complications: Dr. Legha on porphyrins fractionated plasma: These refer to the concentration of electrolytes in the body/plasma, or the electrolyte-water balance. These measure the same thing, only that osmolality is the number of osmoles per kilogram of solvent or osm/kg, while osmolarity is the number of osmoles per liter of solution or osm/ltr. Osmolality excludes the solute, while osmolarity includes it, so osmolality has a slightly higher reading.
Yeast cells are exposed to a wide variety of environment stresses, among them changes in the osmotic conditions. An osmolar upshift leads to fast loose of intracellular water, so living cells have developed mechanisms to ...
cellular edema edema attributable to the entry of water into your cells, causing them to swell. This may manifest because of lowered osmolality in the fluid surrounding the cells, as in hypotonic fluid overload, or greater osmolality on the intracellular fluid, as in situations that decrease the exercise with the sodium pump of the cell membrane, letting the focus of sodium ions within the cell to boost ...
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quote=In a problem that involves M1V1=M2V2 you must first identify which you are trying to solve for. If you are solving for final molarity, you know that the molarity the problem gives is the initial molarity. Of the two volumes, the one that comes first is usually the initial volume. If it does not state explicitly what the final volume is, you usually add the amount of water added to the solution to the initial volume to get the final volume ...
Sunum: Periferal uygulama için 1440 ml, 1920 ml, 2400 mllik infüzyon torbaları. Ozmolarite: Ozmolarite: 750 mosm/L. Raf Ömrü: 24 Ay. Karışımlar buzdolabında 2-6ºCde 6 gün ve takip eden 24 saat süresince 25ºC oda sıcaklığında stabil kalır ...