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normoxic

adjective Referring to normal levels of oxygen in tissue or blood.
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An experimental study, using a primary mouse melanoma tumor model, demonstrated that Beclin-1 deficiency was significantly associated with the aggressive phenotype and increased angiogenesis in tumors under a hypoxic condition compared to normoxic condition.
In addition, investigating the effectiveness of IHT, RSH, and RTH for normoxic exercise performance in competitive swimmers who participate in almost all events (e.
Radiological properties of normoxic polymer gel dosimeters.
The primary cultures of endometrial tissue cells were incubated in hypoxic or normoxic conditions, with or without TGF-[sz]1 and TGF-[sz]1 signal pathway inhibitor galunisertib.
Thus, the "live low, train high" procedure has been developed for athletes who live in the normoxic condition, but train in the natural, hypobaric or simulated normobaric hypoxic condition (11).
In vivo experiments demonstrate cells that are exposed to hypoxic conditions show greater homing and engraftment than cells grown under normoxic conditions.
At the end of each exposure period, brood tubes were transferred to individual glass dishes containing 50 ml of aerated, normoxic ASW (salinity 30) and maintained at 20 [degrees]C.
All hearts were perfused under normoxic, non-ischemic conditions, the preload and afterload pressures were also kept fixed to avoid potentially confounding effects of exposure to different afterloads.
Prior to incubation all containers received O2 gas application (bubbled 5 sees directly into each vial using a glass pipet) and then were capped with plastic paraffin film for the duration of the exposure (preliminary work has indicated oxygen levels are normoxic for this procedure).
2012b), the surveyed area can be classified as an oximax or normoxic condition (maximum oxygen zone; values > 2 mL [O.