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Brain morphology and function in animals differing in individual tolerance to hypoxia

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Agadzhanyan, N.A., Avtandilov, G.G. & Aleksandrova, S.S. Brain morphology and function in animals differing in individual tolerance to hypoxia. Bull Exp Biol Med 101, 577–579 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00835865

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  • tolerance
  • hypoxia
  • RNA
  • total protein