Abnormal Osmotic Avoidance Behavior in C. elegans Is Associated with Increased Hypertonic Stress Resistance and Improved Proteostasis

Lee, Elaine C.; Kim, Heejung; Ditano, Jennifer; Manion, Dacie; L. King, Benjamin; Strange, Kevin;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0154156
  • Subject: role | proteostasi | Neuroscience | survival | protein damage | Physiology | osm | elegan | Abnormal Osmotic Avoidance Behavior | Hypertonic Stress Resistance | Cell Biology | Genetics | ASH chemosensory neurons | hypertonic avoidance behavior | Proteostasis Protein function | Hypertonic stress causes
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    mesheuropmc: fungi

<div><p>Protein function is controlled by the cellular proteostasis network. Proteostasis is energetically costly and those costs must be balanced with the energy needs of other physiological functions. Hypertonic stress causes widespread protein damage in <i>C</i>. <i>... View more
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