What is a Molecular Oxygen Sensor? What is a Transduction Process?
The task set for me by the organizing committee is simultaneously difficult, simple and intimidating. Difficult because of the need to look for order in a nebulous meeting ground of physiology and biochemistry. Simple because of a relative lack of solid information. And intimidating because of the importance of the topic and this audience of distinguished investigators of the topic assembled here before me.
KeywordsGastric Mucosa Respiratory Chain Acid Secretion Carotid Body Reduction Level
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