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Protective effects of intermittent hypoxic adaptation on myocardium and its mechanisms

Biological Signals and Receptors

Sep 24, 1999

J Zhuang, Z N Zhou

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Intermittent hypoxic adaptation offers as many beneficial effects in protecting against myocardial injuries as chronic continuous hypoxic adaptation. However, chronic continuous hypoxic adaptation readily causes some adverse effects on the organism, which may be prevented by intermitten...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Heat shock proteins
Biochemical Pathway
Dioxygen
Enzymes, antithrombotic
Energy Metabolism
Antioxidants
Oxidase
Uptake
Myocardium
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Protective effects of intermittent hypoxic adaptation on myocardium and its mechanisms

Biological Signals and Receptors

Sep 24, 1999

J Zhuang, Z N Zhou

PMID: 10494017

DOI: 10.1159/000014602

Abstract

Intermittent hypoxic adaptation offers as many beneficial effects in protecting against myocardial injuries as chronic continuous hypoxic adaptation. However, chronic continuous hypoxic adaptation readily causes some adverse effects on the organism, which may be prevented by intermitten...read more

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Oxidase
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