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Comparison of the effect of adaptation to stress and to high altitude hypoxia on resistance of the heart to reperfusion injury after total ischemia

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Meerson, F.Z., Malyshev, I.Y. & Vovk, V.I. Comparison of the effect of adaptation to stress and to high altitude hypoxia on resistance of the heart to reperfusion injury after total ischemia. Bull Exp Biol Med 112, 916–919 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00841129

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Key Words

  • adaptation
  • stress
  • high altitude hypoxia
  • reperfusion
  • ischemia
  • rat myocardium