Aquaporins: Stimulating AQP3

Do you find stimulation in a steaming cup of caffeinated coffee? Caffeine is the bitter, crystalline alkaloid C8H10N4O2 named by the 19th century German chemist Friedrich Runge. It is found in coffee, tea and other food substances. Caffeine is a psychoactive stimulant drug and a mild diuretic in humans and other animals.

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