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normoxic

adjective Referring to normal levels of oxygen in tissue or blood.
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Unlike all other MSCs -- which are grown under normoxic conditions -- Stemedica's bone-marrow-derived, adult, allogeneic itMSCs are unique because they are grown under hypoxic conditions.
The oxygen sensor enzymes, HIF-prolyl hydroxylases (PHD1-3) prevent HIF activity under normoxic conditions.
The enhanced vertical relief provided by OC allowed for settlement surfaces to remain exposed, normoxic, and fixed in location, which, in part, allowed for a 5-fold higher oyster density and a 5-fold higher probability of survival on OC relative to OS and ES.
Cultures were covered with serum-free medium, and KRG-WE added to relevant wells before incubation under normoxic or hypoxic conditions.
23]Na MRI, the sub-lethal pretreatment shows a slight increase in stroke recovery compared to normoxic and control (saline) specimen but no statistical significance is evident.
A,B) BEAS-2B (B2B) cells were incubated under normoxic or hypoxic condition (1% oxygen) for 24 hr or transfected with 50 nM of a siRNA scramble control or a siRNA SMARTpool against HIF-1[alpha] for 72 hr as indicated.
The effects of normoxic versus hyperoxic cardiopulmonary bypass on oxidative stress and inflammatory response in cyanotic pediatric patients undergoing open cardiac surgery: a randomized controlled trial.
Fourth, groundfish densities can be sensitive to water quality, especially to oxygen concentrations at the seafloor that result in distributional shifts to normoxic conditions (Breitburg et al.
It has been stated that hormonal responses in hypoxic conditions are larger than those in normoxic conditions [25].
On the other hand, because of the large reserve capacity, despite the presence of hypoxic lesions, the fetus can be normoxic and well, so an absolute correlation between placental hypoxic lesions and the maternal and fetal condition should not be expected, particularly because many complications of pregnancy occur either acutely or are not primarily due to placental pathology.
Cartilage explants and cells were subjected to varying amounts of vitamin C under normoxic or hypoxic oxygen conditions to determine if gene activity would be modified, especially HIF-2[alpha] and MMP-13.