- Author:Lei XI,Tatiana V. Serebrovskaya
- Publisher:Nova Science Pub Inc; 1 edition (March 30, 2010)
- Pages:615 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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molecular aspects to merely clinical applications.
molecular aspects to merely clinical applications. We truly wish that this monograph could. Lei Xi and Tatiana V. Serebrovskaya. 16. second or so can mean the difference between a gold and silver medal. Benefits and disadvantages of both methods are under consideration. Positive and negative effects of hypercapnia during the RIPC technology are also examined.
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From Molecular Mechanisms To Clinical Applications. Lei Xi Tatiana V. Nova Science Publishers 2009. Beijing, China Chapter 16.
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Intermittent hypoxia: from molecular mechanisms to clinical applications. New York: Nova Science Publ Inc; 2009.
Tatiana V. Serebrovskaya from Tatiana V. Serebrovskaya is a. Serebrovskaya is a speaker at Cell Science-2014 conference. Tatiana V. Serebrovskaya is Professor of Physiology, Doctor of Biology, from Academician of Int. Acad. She is the author of more than 300 scientific publications, including two monographs. Intermittent hypoxia (IH) treatment is gaining attention as a clinical modality due to its capacity to protect cells, tissues, organs, and the whole organism from more intense or sustained hypoxia/ischemia. On the other hand, IH plays pathogenic roles in many disease states.
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Tatiana V Serebrovskaya is Professor of Physiology, Doctor of Biology, from Academician of Int. 1) Lei Xi & Tatiana V. Serebrovskaya (Eds). Intermittent Hypoxia: From Molecular Mechanisms to Clinical Applications, Nova Science Publishers, NY 11788, 2009, 602 pp.
The Hypoxic Training index (HTi) provides an objective measure of the hypoxic stress delivered during the Intermittent . In Lei Xi and Tatiana V. Intermittent Hypoxia: From Molecular Mechanisms To Clinical Applications.
The Hypoxic Training index (HTi) provides an objective measure of the hypoxic stress delivered during the Intermittent Hypoxic Training (IHT) session, compared to simple recording the inhaled fraction of oxygen (FiO2). HTi provides a figure (index) of dosage received by the individual at the end of the session. Knowledge of HTi can therefore be used to alter the training regime for different individuals, compensating for individual variability, and can be used in scientific studies to ensure that subject exposure was correctly controlled.
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Institute of Physiology and Pathophysiology, Johannes Mainz, Germany. Recent therapeutically oriented studies include characterization of ed drug resistance, novel ways of quantifying hypoxia, and new approaches to more efficient immunotherapy. 3-D cultures have been used for studies on molecular mechanisms involved in invasion and metastasis, with a major focus on the role of E-cadherin.
Today, intermittent exposure to hypobaric hypoxia is known to elicit other physiological response types in several organs and body systems
Today, intermittent exposure to hypobaric hypoxia is known to elicit other physiological response types in several organs and body systems. These responses range from alterations in the ventilatory pattern to modulation of the mitochondrial function. The central role played by hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF) in activating a signaling molecular cascade after hypoxia exposure is well known.