Is “Preparation for Oxidative Stress” a Case of Physiological Conditioning Hormesis?

@article{Oliveira2018IsF,
  title={Is “Preparation for Oxidative Stress” a Case of Physiological Conditioning Hormesis?},
  author={Marcus F. Oliveira and M. A. Geihs and Thiago F. A. França and Daniel C Moreira and M. Hermes-Lima},
  journal={Frontiers in Physiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={9}
}
Many animal species endure hypoxic or even anoxic stresses, when faced with harsh environmental conditions including freezing, severe dehydration and air exposure of aquatic organisms. Hypoxia in those animals induces a set of physiological/biochemical adaptive responses, allowing organisms to cope with low oxygen levels. Such responses are mediated by (i) arrest of transcriptional and translational activity, (ii) depression of metabolic rate, (iii) re-wiring of energy metabolism pathways… Expand

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