Effect of hypoxia on the rate of absorption and incorporation of glucose-C14 into organs and tissues
Pathological Physiology And General Pathology
Acute hypoxia increases the rate of glucose absorption in the alimentary tract.
KeywordsGlucose Internal Medicine Glucose Absorption Alimentary Tract Acute Hypoxia
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