Membrane stability agentMembrane integrity agentOther Compounds Mapped to 'Membrane stabilizer'FDB021868 (2-Methoxyestrone) FDB006404 (Desoxycorticosterol) FDB012250 (3-Methyl-2-oxobutanoic acid) FDB021882 (7-Dehydrocholesterol) FDB021883 (Aldosterone) FDB031031 (n-butanoate) FDB030678 (androst-4-en-3,17-dione) FDB030952 (L-1-glycero-3-phosphocholine) FDB006453 (Galactitol) FDB030865 (fumarate)
- FDB021977 (2-Methyl-3-hydroxybutyric acid)
- Membrane stabilizer
- A chemical substance that supports the formation and maintenance of a structurally-sound and functioning cell or organelle membrane. Phospholipids form a bilayer and maintain the stability of the membrane structure together with proteins, and other lipids (i.e. cholesterol) which further strengthen it and decrease its permeability.
- Parent Term
- Biological role
- Parent Definition
- The biological function of a chemical. the biological role answers the question how a chemical is involved in molecular processes in an organism. this can include biochemical effects of non-endogenous chemicals, which are also assigned an industrial application such as pharmaceuticals. the biological role is limited to cellular levls, and will not include role at system process level, such as a chemical which has a role in a disease.