Endogenous ethanol and acetaldehyde in the mechanisms regulating vital activities during hibernation

@article{Kolosova2011EndogenousEA,
  title={Endogenous ethanol and acetaldehyde in the mechanisms regulating vital activities during hibernation},
  author={O. Kolosova and B. Kershengolts and N. Solomonov},
  journal={Doklady Biological Sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={441},
  pages={347-349}
}
347 The adaptations based on a decrease in the envi ronment–body temperature gradient at the expense of a considerable decrease in the level of metabolism in the body (hibernation) hold a special place among the animal adaptations to cold [1, 2]. The body of hiber nating animals possesses a regulatory system that ensures homeostasis at a minimal yet stable metabolic level. During hibernation, the body temperature of hibernating animals falls to 0°C, and the basal meta bolic rate decreases 30 to… Expand
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