hypoxic stress


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hypoxic stress

). Note: the strain can be either the cause or the effect. Syn. stress. See annealing; asthenopia; hypoxia; polariscope.
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It has also been pointed out that limbal hypoxic stress is more influential on hyperaemia than central hypoxia stress.
after the "hot" or inflammatory phase) and as such complements the body's natural rescue mechanism for those cells that face hypoxic stress (i.
OXYGESKIN[R]: boosts the body's capacity to overcome hypoxic stress by normalising the induction of HIF-l[alpha], a true "keystone" to the capacity of cells in adapting to low oxygen levels.
The intermittent hypoxia of sleep apnea and the continuous hypoxia of altitude are conditions of hypoxic stress that are known to modulate glucose and insulin homeostasis.