Alteration of Oxygen Consumption and Energy Metabolism During Repetitive Exposure of Mice to Hypoxia

@article{Lu1999AlterationOO,
  title={Alteration of Oxygen Consumption and Energy Metabolism During Repetitive Exposure of Mice to Hypoxia},
  author={Guo-wei Lu and Xiuyu Cui and B Zhao},
  journal={Neurochemical Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={24},
  pages={625-628}
}
Changes in oxygen consumption, body temperature and energy metabolism were studied while mice were repeatedly exposed to a sealed environment. The average tolerance limits of environmental oxygen level (vol%) and the average oxygen consumption rates (ml/g.min) were exponentially decreased and the average body rectal temperatures (°C) were linearly declined while the average tolerable times (min) to hypoxia were linearly increased as animals were repeatedly exposed to hypoxia for 5 runs. The… CONTINUE READING

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