normoxia

nor·mox·i·a

(nōr-mok'sē-ă),
A state in which the partial pressure of oxygen in the inspired gas is equal to that of air at sea level.
[normo- + oxygen]

normoxia

A state of oxygen normalcy; normal levels of oxygen in tissue or blood.
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Dos ratas fueron sometidas a 10 ciclos de hipoxia hipobarica intermitente (HHI) de 96 h (~428 torr; P[O.sub.2] 90 mm Hg), seguidos de 96 h de normoxia normobarica, durante 80 dias.
The previous turbot studies (Scophthalmus maximus) showed that this species is less tolerant to normoxia condition (80-85% oxygen saturation), in comparison to tolerance to under hiperoxia condition (110-115% oxygen saturation) (Foss et al., 2007).
Repeated-sprint training in hypoxia (RSH) is a promising intervention aimed at evoking greater metabolic (Puype et al., 2013) and performance (Brocherie et al., 2015; Faiss et al., 2013; Galvin et al., 2013; Kasai et al., 2015) adaptations compared with performing repeated-sprint training in normoxia (RSN).
At the 24th hour, these chemoattractants increased cell migration 3.38, 26.43 and 7.25 fold in normoxia and 2.90, 9.88 and 6.78 fold in hypoxia and it is also compared to 1% FBS.
In addition, lncRNA-ROR expression was increased by approximately 3 times in H9c2 cells and HCM after treatment of H/R compared to cells under normoxia (P<0.05, Figure 1B and C).
CD14+ monocytes were isolated from HV and cultured under normoxia (N, open bars, n = 7) or intermittent hypoxia (IH, light gray bars, n = 7) conditions.
The grouping pattern was as follows: (i) normoxia control (N), (ii) normoxia supplemented with the GL extract or fraction under study (N + sample), (iii) hypoxia control (H), and (iv) hypoxia supplemented with the GL extract or fraction under study (H + sample).
As the most common model of respiratory plasticity, LTF is characterized by an escalation of the respiratory motor activation during the normoxia period following the intermittent hypoxia and by a long-lasting enhancement in respiratory activity for 90 minutes after repetitive IH exposure [2].
We hypothesized that resistance exercise in hypoxia elicits greater reductions in arterial blood pressure than in normoxia. To test this hypothesis, we used bilateral leg squats at 50% 1-RM (repetition max) with the inspiration of oxygen (Fi[O.sub.2]) at ~13% based on a previous study [21].
Mice were exposed to hypobaric hypoxia (0.5 atmospheres in room air equivalent to 10% v/v oxygen) for approximately 4 weeks; normoxia controls were left in ordinary room air [19].
Whereas CAIX is expressed (yet not catalytically active) in HT-29 cells even under normoxia, CAIX activation and overexpression are characteristic for hypoxic conditions [39].