Evolution of oxygen utilization in multicellular organisms and implications for cell signalling in tissue engineering

@inproceedings{Stamati2011EvolutionOO,
  title={Evolution of oxygen utilization in multicellular organisms and implications for cell signalling in tissue engineering},
  author={Katerina Stamati and Vivek C Mudera and Umber Cheema},
  booktitle={Journal of tissue engineering},
  year={2011}
}
Oxygen is one of the critically defining elements resulting in the existence of eukaryotic life on this planet. The rise and fall of this element can be tracked through time and corresponds with the evolution of diverse life forms, development of efficient energy production (oxidative phosphorylation) in single cell organisms, the evolution of multicellular organisms and the regulation of complex cell phenotypes. By understanding these events, we can plot the effect of oxygen on evolution and… CONTINUE READING
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