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hy·pox·ic

(hī-pok'sik),
Denoting or characterized by hypoxia.

hy·pox·ic

(hī-pok'sik)
Denoting or characterized by hypoxia.

hypoxic

a state of hypoxia.

hypoxic cell sensitizers
compounds that selectively sensitize hypoxic tumor cells to the effects of radiation.
hypoxic vasoconstriction
reduced oxygen supply to tissues causes local vasoconstriction and diversion of the blood to other tissues.
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Protein and mRNA expression of HIF-1[alpha] and VEGF in the hypoxic group and hypoxic + YC-1 group were significantly higher than the normal control group (P<0.
Previous studies showed that NO generation by eNOS induces vasodilatation which might depress the hypoxic damage, while, conversely, elevated nNOS production results in neuronal injury.
Tracking the growth and migration of cells under hypoxic conditions in vitro can be challenging because measurements must be made in a manner that does not perturb the atmospheric composition of the closed system.
These conflicting reports on the efficacy of hypoxic training for improving aerobic exercise capacity, anaerobic power, and muscular function at sea-level may be due to methodological differences, including training type, volume, and intensity in the hypoxic conditions and the intensity and time of hypoxic stimulus (Czuba et al.
We found that the more hypoxic a tumour was, the more cadherin-22 there was in the area of the hypoxia," he said.
In 2017, 919 cubic kilometers was found to be hypoxic compared to the 833 cubic kilometers in 2014.
The Interaction between Trolox and 4,4'-diisothiocyanatostilbene-2,2'-disulfonic Acid Stilbene on Hypoxic Pulmonary Vasoconstriction in the Isolated Rabbit Lung.
Little is known regarding the effects of hypoxic training integrated with HIIE on hemodynamics and microvascular function in athletes.
Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy incidence and risk factors in North Western Saudi Arabia.
The injury sustained by the baby was not compatible with a prolonged hypoxic event and was more likely caused by a genetic defect.
In vivo experiments demonstrate cells that are exposed to hypoxic conditions show greater homing and engraftment than cells grown under normoxic conditions.
Another interesting complication of hypoxia in this case is the associated hypoxic hepatitis as evidenced by the marked rise in transaminases (SGOT: 3,093 units/L, SGPT: 1,573 units/L) and the fall in transaminases by 50% within 72 h.

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