Hypoxia, a multifaceted phenomenon: the example of the “Normobaric Oxygen Paradox”

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Janus, a double-faced Roman god, was the god of beginnings and ends, and has given his name to the Wrst month of the year. The state of “hypoxia” as a trigger for EPO seems “to fool Janus” since, as an actual and ongoing debate shows, both the degree and duration of the “hypoxic” stimulus as well as correlated physiological reactions and states can make or… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00421-012-2392-y

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