~180 in cells grown at 0.1 Osm: ~330 in cells grown at 1 Osm mg/ml
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of RNA and protein in the cytoplasm increase from
~180 mg/ml in cells grown at 0.1 Osm to ~330 mg/ml in
cells grown at 1 Osm without GB (primary source)."