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Character of early recovery period and level of carbohydrate-lipid substrates after 24-hour immobilization hypothermia

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Prokop'eva, L.P., Ivleva, V.V. Character of early recovery period and level of carbohydrate-lipid substrates after 24-hour immobilization hypothermia. Bull Exp Biol Med 102, 1689–1692 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00840797

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  • hypothermia
  • carbohydrate-lipid metabolism