Studies on the Ability of the Tumor Respiration in Vivo to Fulfill its Physiological Functions
There is no doubt that the tumor growing in the host finds itself under conditions of severe hypoxia (Vaupel, 1974) due to scarce O2 supply. It is likely that hypoxia would prevent the respiration of cancer cells from fulfilling in vivo its normal physiological functions.
KeywordsLactic Acid Ascitic Fluid Liver Glycogen Lactic Acid Level Ehrlich Carcinoma
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